Human Resources partners with ISU with LinkedIn Learning – News


Illinois State University Human Resources Announcement LinkedIn Learning as an exciting new personal and professional development resource in Illinois State University’s online learning portfolio. LinkedIn Learning will be available to faculty and staff starting at February 11, 2022.

Why we chose to partner with LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an award-winning online education industry leader, with a digital library of over 16,000 courses, covering a wide range of topics that encompass equity and inclusion, technical aptitude and application, leadership, mindfulness and more. Courses are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from a desktop or mobile device allowing for self-paced, on-demand learning and will be integrated through My.IllinoisState.edu.

Lifelong learning reflects Illinois State University’s core values, and LinkedIn Learning offers content aligned with Educate Connect Elevate: Illinois State – Illinois’ First Public University Strategic Plan 2018-2023.

LinkedIn Learning also offers tremendous potential for managers and employees to create development plans as part of the performance review process. Effective leaders are committed to developing their people and they fundamentally understand that supporting a work culture that promotes learning and development requires ongoing personal commitment and access to resources. Human Resources is working with a team representing a cross-section of faculty and staff from all divisions to also review, recommend, and cultivate learning modules and sessions that will soon be featured on the LinkedIn Learning homepage. State of Illinois.

The page will look like this:

Access your account and get started:

Visit LinkedIn Learning by logging in directly from My.IllinoisState.edu (in “Online Tools” or directly from the main “Search”). Watch an entire course or individual videos – some are only four or five minutes long. Mark courses that match your interests, keep track of courses taken, and receive a certificate when a course is completed. Those with a LinkedIn profile will also have the option to embed the learning into that profile.

Need help getting started? Or after logging in?

Because faculty and staff work with LinkedIn Learning, HR is interested in experiences and feedback. Those with questions about Human Resources learning and development efforts, contact [email protected] Those who need help with the LinkedIn Learning sign-in process, contact the Technology Support Center at [email protected] or online at ithelp.ilstu.edu and directly to a support article there.

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