LinkedIn Learning has informed us that the certification providers for three courses offered will be introducing a requirement for customers to purchase vouchers to gain access. This requirement does not align with LinkedIn Learning’s all-inclusive course access model. Because of this misalignment of vision, LinkedIn Learning will be removing the courses after the new year. Continue reading ITIL & PRINCE2 Certification Prep to Be Removed From LinkedIn Learning
This year we’re putting personal care at the top of our holiday wish list. Why? Because 62% of respondents in a Healthline survey said they experience, “very to somewhat” elevated stress levels during the holiday season. With the help of this LinkedIn Learning video course, you can learn how to combat increased stress levels and gift yourself some much-needed self-care.
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The realm of Data Science is one of the fastest-growing professions today. From academic research labs to the corporate boardroom, data scientists are in high-demand to help take enormous amounts of data and process and visualize it to help make big decisions. Data Science is also a constantly changing industry, with many different programming and scripting languages to serve all kinds of disciplines.
If you want to make more sense out of Data Science, LinkedIn Learning can help! Continue reading Build Your Data Science Skills with LinkedIn Learning
For students, summer is a time for exploration. Whether you find yourself exploring a foreign country, working at an internship, or taking new classes back on campus, LinkedIn Learning is ready to help you make the most of your experience.
LinkedIn Learning is a free, personalized learning platform provided by the Office of Information Technology here at SMU. Students can use the platform to develop new or underdeveloped skills, and then share their accomplishments with their peers on their associated LinkedIn accounts. The platform contains thousands of course videos on a variety of topics taught by experts of all kinds. Here are a few of our favorites: Continue reading Explore with LinkedIn Learning this Summer
LinkedIn Learning has recently rolled out a new feature that is sure to make non-native English speakers happy. Now, you can change the language preference to retrieve course content in six other languages (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, and Portuguese). While not all courses are available there is still quite a collection to choose from.