CWRU students, faculty and staff have unlimited free access to LinkedIn Learning, a leading video-based training provider that offers thousands of training courses on products including Google Apps, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, as well as on topics such as web development, audio/video production, computer programming, mobile device app design, general design concepts, professional skills and much more.
Each training topic is delivered in easy to manage 2 to 5-minute segments. These video-based tutorials are taught by industry experts and available 24/7 for convenient, self-paced learning.
Access LinkedIn Learning
Login to CWRU's portal to LinkedIn Learning using your CWRU Network ID (ex. abc123) and password. If you have trouble accessing LinkedIn Learning, please contact the UTech Service Desk at 216.368.HELP (4357).
Learn anywhere, anytime! For wherever you’re going, LinkedIn Learning comes along for the ride. With thousands of courses (more added every week) taught by industry experts LinkedIn Learning is designed for subject masters and beginners, alike. On-the-go, just like you!
What is LinkedIn Learning?
LinkedIn Learning offers thousands of self-paced video courses covering software, creative and business skills. Through Case Western Reserve’s subscription to LinkedIn Learning, members of the university community have unlimited free access to these premier instructional videos. Each training topic is delivered in manageable two to five-minute segments.
These video-based tutorials are taught by industry experts and available 24/7 for convenient, self-paced learning. New courses are added every week, so be sure to check back often.
You can learn it.
Are you a first-time user of Google Apps, such as Gmail and Calendar? Are you ready to master Photoshop? From learning how to use software to tackling topics, such as web development, project management and photography, you can learn it all with LinkedIn Learning at CWRU.
The first time you enter CWRU’s LinkedIn Learning portal, you may be prompted to accept a self-signed certificate indicating it as a trusted site. Adding this permanent exception on the first visit eliminates the issue, for that browser, from then on.
For help with logging in, contact the UTech Service Desk at 216.368.HELP (4357).