LinkedIn Learning Online Videos and Tutorials

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What is LinkedIn Learning?

The NWTC Library pays for LinkedIn Learning access for enrolled students and employees.  This on-demand library of high-quality instructional videos covers a vast range of technology, teaching, and business skills taught by industry experts.

LinkedIn Learning features include:

  • Free, unlimited access to more than 16,000 video courses 
  • Accessibility from any desktop or mobile device, from on or off campus. 
  • Sharable multimedia collections (playlists)
  • Personalized course recommendations
  • A mobile app with off-line video access

First Time Users

Set up your NWTC LinkedIn Learning account.

  • You may be prompted to enter your NWTC College email as [NWTC ID]@nwtc.edu and your password.
  • Periodically, you will be asked to verify your NWTC identity a second way. If that happens, click Next.  

    • If you already set up your security method, you may get a security code sent to your phone or receive a notification from the Microsoft Authenticator app after you click Next.  

    • If you have not secured your NWTC account yet, choose how you want to be notified and click Set up to start the process. Learn more about multi-factor authentication.  If you do not have the technology needed, contact the NWTC Student Help Desk at 920-498-6900 for support. 

  • Step through the form to create your NWTC College LinkedIn Learning account.

Choose to connect your NWTC LinkedIn Learning account to your personal LinkedIn.com profile (or create one if you do not have one). NOTE: If you connect the accounts, you will be logging in with your personal LinkedIn username and password in the future.

  • If you plan to use the LinkedIn Learning mobile app, you need to link your NWTC LinkedIn Learning account to your personal LinkedIn.com profile (so when you login to the app with your personal email account, it will know you are an NWTC user.)
  • It is also recommended to link your accounts so you will have the option to add certificates you earn as skills on your profile for potential employers to view.
  • You are not required to connect a personal LinkedIn profile account to use NWTC's LinkedIn Learning. You can choose to 'Continue without connecting my LinkedIn account'. You can always change your mind and connect later (by clicking Me, Signing Out, and then logging back in using your personal LinkedIn profile username and password).

Returning Visits

  • If you linked your personal LinkedIn.com profile, you will login either at LinkedIn Learning or at LinkedIn.com using your personal LinkedIn username and password from now on. If you forgot your LinkedIn password, you can choose "Get one time sign in link" from the password page to receive an email with a link directly to your account.
  • If you did not link your account, login using this link: LinkedIn Learning and your NWTC credentials.

  • If you are having trouble logging in, please email kim.laplante@nwtc.edu and ask her to break the connection between your LinkedIn Learning account and LinkedIn Profile and send you an invitation to start over as a first-time user.

Mobile App

LinkedIn Learning offers mobile apps for iOS and Android phones and tablets. You can stream or download courses for offline viewing.

First, make sure that your NWTC LinkedIn Learning account is linked with your personal LinkedIn profile. You will be logging into the app with your personal email and password that you used for your LinkedIn profile. Then it will notice that your profile is attached to NWTC's LinkedIn Learning and may ask you to enter your NWTC credentials (ID number@nwtc.edu and your password).

For more information, see Downloading and Updating LinkedIn Learning Apps

Managing Your Account

  1. Click on the Me icon at the top of the page to view the options for managing your account.
  2. The drop-down menu lets you choose to access courses you've saved or viewed, skills you’ve added, and more.

Learn more about managing your skills, learning paths, and collections or learning history and saved courses.

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