LinkedIn Learning

In 2019, UNT upgraded its Lynda.com training to LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning is an intuitive product that features exciting new tools to help maximize learner engagement — all with the same great Lynda.com content.

LinkedIn Learning is provided free of charge to UNT System students, faculty, and staff. You can browse through more than 10,000 courses. With the upgrade, in addition to the English library, you have our multi-language access for courses in German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, and Portuguese.

Through the video-based instructions, students, faculty, and staff can learn new business technology and creative skills. Each course is a series of short videos, so users can learn at their own pace and on their own time. All videos are viewable on computers or via LinkedIn Learning’s mobile app for iPhone, iPad, or Android. For a great overview, watch the How to Use LinkedIn Learning course. If you have any questions or need help, please contact the UNTS service desk at 940-565-4357 or ithelp@untsystem.edu.


Same Lynda content

LinkedIn Learning uses the same high quality content as Lynda.com.

LinkedIn benefits

From this upgrade, users can expect constant updates to both the platform and the learning content.

Account transfer

All current learning progress and account information will be transferred automatically to your new platform.

LinkedIn Learning benefits for faculty and staff

  • Access a wide range of topics and subject categories
  • Supplement coursework
  • Maximize instructional time
  • Search course transcripts for quick answers
  • Download exercise files that reinforce retention

Connect your LinkedIn account

Connecting your LinkedIn account will allow you to gain access to multiple new quality of life features.

Improved interface

Sort through and access content more easily with the new site layout.

Promote a culture of learning

The convenience of LinkedIn Learning allows users to access courses and advance their knowledge on any device.

LinkedIn Learning benefits for students

  • Take notes and return to where you left off
  • Search transcripts to find answers quickly
  • Get help on a course topic or application
  • Build on what you learn in class
  • Add new skills to your resume