LinkedIn Learning FAQs
FAQs about the LinkedIn Learning transition are available to help make your upgrade as easy as possible. If you have any additional questions in the meantime, please email email@example.com.
When will I have access to LinkedIn Learning?
Faculty, staff and students have had unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning (LiL) since July 31 2019.
Will I have access to the same content in LinkedIn Learning as I did with Lynda.com?
Yes. LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com and you will have access to content that was previously available through Lynda.com.
Will I lose all of the information in my current Lynda.com account when RRC upgrades to LinkedIn Learning?
No. Your entire Lynda.com history will be migrated to your LinkedIn Learning account.
Will Faculty lose any links in LEARN that are part of courses?
LinkedIn Learning provides the same great Lynda.com content, we anticipate very limited loss of courses or links you have saved.
During the initial transition phase, faculty should find that all previous links in LEARN to courses and videos should work. However, occasionally, faculty may notice that links in LEARN to specific Lynda.com videos take students to the overall course, rather than the video. If this happens, the link to the video will need to be updated. Faculty should check all links as part of their preparations for the fall as a standard practice.
Why should I connect my LinkedIn profile to my RRC LinkedIn Learning account?
Connecting your profile will allow for a more personalized learning experience that includes special course recommendations based on your job title, skills, and industry listed on your LinkedIn profile.
Am I required to connect my LinkedIn profile to my RRC LinkedIn Learning account?
No. Connecting your personal LinkedIn profile to RRC LinkedIn Learning account is optional. If you change your mind, you may separate your profile from RRC LinkedIn Learning account at a later time.
What information will be shared with my employer if I connect my personal LinkedIn profile to my RRC LinkedIn Learning account?
Learning activity such as courses viewed or completed, profile information like your name, work title, and profile photo and any courses from your personal account that you’ve transferred to your group account.
Your employer will not have access to your connections, private messages, any job search activity such as job posts you’ve viewed and any learning courses you’ve viewed in your personal account. Learn more about privacy here: Trust & Privacy FAQ
Am I required to have a LinkedIn profile to use LinkedIn Learning?
No. LinkedIn profiles are not needed to access LinkedIn Learning. Staff and students are not required to have LinkedIn accounts, all course/instruction materials with LinkedIn Learning videos and courses must have options available for students who choose not to have a LinkedIn account/profile.
What if I don’t have a LinkedIn account?
You will receive an email with steps to activate your LinkedIn Learning account without a LinkedIn profile when the upgrade occurs. You do not need a LinkedIn account to use LinkedIn Learning, but information is available from LinkedIn to guide you through the steps of creating one.
Will you notify me before the upgrade happens?
You received notification prior to the July 30 2019 upgrade date.
Can I add my LinkedIn Learning Certificates of Completion to my LinkedIn Learning profile?
Yes. You can add your certificates of completion to the certificate section of your LinkedIn profile to showcase your new skills.
What if I already have access to a LinkedIn Learning subscription outside of the RRC subscription?
If you already have an individual subscription on LinkedIn Learning, you can switch between this account and the RRC subscription, and manage how you choose to share your learning activities with your organization. See this article: https://www.linkedin.com/help/learning/answer/76251
Why am I getting emails from LinkedIn Learning now that RRC has upgraded?
LinkedIn Learning sent an email prior to the upgrade, and afterwards encouraging activation of your new LinkedIn Learning account. If you missed that email, you can sign in to the LinkedIn Learning directly by clicking: here
Once you’ve logged 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 this article: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/66/managing-your-account-and-privacy-settings-overview.
Learn more about your privacy settings in this article: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/92055