Graduate student employees' access to LinkedIn Learning

by Daina Tagavi, Professional Development Peer
Monday, May 04, 2020 2:15 PM

Attention graduate students! Are you employed through the university? If so, be sure to take advantage of the free training available to you through LinkedIn Learning. You have access to more than 5,000 software, creative, and business skills video tutorials that are current and taught by industry experts by logging in with your UCSB netID and password. 

Course topics range from project management, web developing, video editing, and more. You could also learn a new skill, such as the ins and outs of JavaScript ​or logo design, or prepare for the job market with a salary negotiation workshop. This is the perfect time to take advantage of the benefits of digital learning platforms given limited in-person training opportunities at the moment. With thousands of options, you are sure to find something that is not only applicable to your current position but also useful to your future career. Learn more.

Who has access to LinkedIn Learning content?

For the purposes of getting a LinkedIn Learning account, an employee is one who possesses ​an active:

  1. UCPath record,
  2. UCnetID, and
  3. UCSBnetID.

How to access LinkedIn Learning Content:

  1. Clear your cache, or open a new private or incognito window
  2. Go to: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/
  3. Enter your UCSBnetID@ucsb.edu (link sends e-mail) and press continue
  4. Click the Sign in with Single Sign-On
  5. When UCSB's Single Sign-On is presented, enter your UCSBnetID and password

If you have further questions about LinkedIn Learning, please contact Shawn Warner, Director of Professional Development.