Access to University of Saskatchewan's online learning library, LinkedIn Learning:
All U of S faculty, staff and students have free and unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, an online training resource containing thousands of videos on the latest software tools and skills. The online training courses are available for people at all levels of experience. You may create your own playlist, keep track of your progress and receive recognition with a certificate at the end of the course.
Learn software, creative, academic and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Courses range from in-depth training on specific software packages, to first looks at up-and-coming technology trends and even include inspirational documentaries following creative professionals working in a variety of disciplines.
You can watch entire courses or single tutorial videos as required, and access the LinkedIn Learning library 24/7 from your iPhone, iPad, Android, or other mobile phone or tablet. Exercise files let you follow along with the instruction as you learn, and bookmarks help you keep track of what you’d like to watch.
Please be aware that you are accessing 3rd Party software and are no longer on the USask website.
To add a link to a LinkedIn Learning tutorial for your Blackboard site:
To add LinkedIn Learning courses or videos to your Blackboard course:
- From the Course Materials page, click on Partner Content and select Content Market from the drop down menu.
- Click Browse all Content Providers at the bottom of the window.
- Click the LinkedIn Learning icon.
- Choose the content you wish to add to your course. Popular courses will be listed by default, but you can search for specific content in the search bar or browse content by topic. Select the desired content by checking the box beside the course name. You can select multiple content items at once.
- Click Submit on the bar at the bottom of the screen.
- Your course will appear in the Course Materials page with the default LinkedIn Learning description of the course. To add your own description or instructions (ie. Watch from beginning to 5:34) click on the arrow to the right of the course title and select Edit.
- Make your edits/additions in the text editor and click Submit.