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Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about and its’ transition to LinkedIn Learning here: FAQs

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When logging in to LinkedIn Learning, we recommend reviewing your Settings & Privacy page so you can view and modify your account information, privacy preferences, ads settings, and communication notifications. See these articles:

How to Start Using LinkedIn Learning (LiL)?

1. Sign into LinkedIn Learning

2. Enter your RRC username, password and click “Sign In


3. You need to decide whether you would like to connect your personal LinkedIn account with your RRC LinkedIn Learning account (if yes, click option 1), or create a separate RRC LinkedIn Learning account (if yes, click option 2).


5. After you’ve selected how to access your RRC LinkedIn Learning you will be logged into your account.

5. Done.

Connecting your RRC LinkedIn Learning account to your personal LinkedIn profile

LinkedIn Learning (LiL) includes the option to connect your existing personal LinkedIn account. It is never mandatory to have a LinkedIn account as staff or student, nor is one necessary to access LiL. For more information regarding LinkedIn, and LiL please see our FAQs.

For faculty, this means ensuring that students understand they have options to view LinkedIn Learning content and are not required to connect their accounts.

If you change your mind, you have the option to connect your profile at a later time. You can also disconnect by following the instructions.

Benefits of connecting your profile:

  • Easy access directly from
  • Experience more personalized learning with recommendations based on your professional profile and what others in your role or industry are learning
  • Keep learning top-of mind with high-quality, expert-led learning recommendations as you scroll down your newsfeed. One click and the course starts playing right in your newsfeed.

1. You can choose to connect your RRC LinkedIn Learning account with your personal profile, or not. Connecting your accounts is optional. If you change your mind down the road, you can connect/disconnect your accounts at a later time.

2. You may get asked to sign in to LinkedIn if you haven’t logged in recently.

3. You will be asked to confirm your identity, review the privacy policy, and accept to connect your accounts.

4. You will be prompted to personalize your LinkedIn Learning experience before getting started.

5. Done.

Recommended Collections

Not sure where to get started with LinkedIn Learning? Here’s a curated set of collections from RRC, tailored for you.

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