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Missouri State University provides free access, for all employees, to LinkedIn Learning which provides learning opportunities through a library of over 16,000 courses in 7 languages.

How to Access LinkedIn Learning

Activating Your LinkedIn Learning License    Access LinkedIn Learning    LinkedIn Learning Tutorial

  1. Log in to the My Missouri State portal.
  2. Locate the Learning and Development card.
    1. Click on the Main Menu icon.
    2. Click Discover to search.
    3. Search for ’Learning and Development’
  3. Click on the LinkedIn Learning link.

Benefits of LinkedIn Learning

  • Learn from any desktop or mobile device

  • On average, there are 30 new courses added weekly

  • Learning is available in “bite-size” tutorials for just-in-time learning

  • Downloadable exercise files are available to reinforce retention

  • Assessments available to measure learning impact

  • Receive a certificate of completion, which can be added to your LinkedIn Profile or uploaded as an external training in My Learning Connection.

MSU Learning Paths

Explore customized learning paths, curated for specific MSU roles, offering tailored content to address specific skill needs.

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Testimonials

“I found setting up LinkedIn Learning very easy. The database of videos is astounding. You can find most any topic that can help you improve in a variety of areas—work AND home! I did the January challenge and I was impressed with the content and what I learned in such a short amount of time. If you can just set aside a few minutes a day to watch and learn, you’ll wonder how you did without it.”

-Rhonda Breshears, College of Agriculture

 

“I would like to commend Missouri State University for investing in LinkedIn Learning. This investment enabled me to recertify my PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification through the HRCI. I was able to complete this because of the numerous webinars that were offered. This is a valuable benefit for our employees.”

-Denise Lofton, Human Resources