LinkedIn Learning provides easy access to training materials for you and your team. While OSU has many other training resources and materials, these are on-demand, universally available resources that may be customized to your organization or team.
LinkedIn Learning provides an extensive library of online training courses that can be used for a variety of development needs and goals.
Courses can be suggested or assigned to employees:
During COVID-19, LinkedIn Learning courses and resources can support a variety of learning needs that respond to current personal and professional challenges in responding to the pandemic.
We recommend that employees and supervisors have frequent discussions around career development and establish expectations around participation in professional development opportunities. See our Talking Points and Guidance (below) to get started with those employee conversations!
Take part in the informational webinar for managers and supervisors with a demo of LinkedIn Learning and Q&A!
Set up your LinkedIn Learning account
We've prepared some talking points to help you get started with talking about LinkedIn Learning with your employees.
We’ve also prepared some guidance as you discuss professional development with your employees.
We’ve compiled a small sampling of recommended courses to get you started and assist, in your role as Manager or Supervisor, in utilizing LinkedIn Learning with your teams. Let’s get started!
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|Vacant||Interim Director of HR Strategic Initiatives||541-737-4790|
|Paul Biwan||Senior Consultant - Training and Organizational Development||541-737-0545|
|Kristen Magis||Senior Consultant - Training and Organizational Development||541-737-3643|
|Katy Ahlvin||Training Specialist||541-737-3207|
|Anne Gillies||Search Advocate Program Director||541-737-0865|
|Jane Waite||Senior Associate for Social Justice Learning and Engagement||541-737-0866|