Do you want to develop your digital skills further? Are you struggling to find courses and videos from LinkedIn Learning related to those specific skills you want to develop? If so, our new digital skills collections may be just what you need!
All students and staff at AU have free access to LinkedIn Learning, an online learning platform. Read our previous blogpost to find out more about the platform.
We have developed 30 new collections (15 for students and 15 for staff) to support you to find the most appropriate content from LinkedIn Learning so you can develop a range of digital skills. Each collection contains 9 resources and these can range from short 3-minute videos to more in-depth courses.
Here’s an example of 6 resources you’ll find and which collection they come from:
Editing and Proofreading made simple (39-minute course)
Collection: Information Literacy for Students
Distractions caused by devices (4-minute video)
Collection: Digital Wellbeing for Students
SPSS Statistics Essential Training (6-hour course)
Collection: Digital Proficiency for Students
Organising your Remote Office for Maximum Productivity (26-minute course)
Collection: Digital Productivity for Staff
Foundations of Accessible E-learning (51-minute course)
Collection: Digital Teaching for Staff
Team Collaboration in Microsoft 365 (1.5-hour course)
Collection: Digital Collaboration for Staff
If you want to find additional resources to help you develop your digital skills, take a look at our student Digital Skills Library which we launched last week (please note that the staff library will be available in June 2023).
If you have any questions about these LinkedIn Learning collections, please contact the Digital Skills Team (firstname.lastname@example.org).