LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, technology, and creative skills taught by industry experts. LinkedIn Learning offers over 6,000 online video courses, all of which are available to faculty, staff, and students. Courses can be accessed from your computer or mobile device.

UNT System’s license agreement with LinkedIn Learning allows current students, staff, and faculty to use LinkedIn Learning. Unfortunately, alumni and retirees are not covered under this license agreement and are therefore not eligible.

You must be an active employee or student to use LinkedIn Learning. You can log into LinkedIn Learning in a couple of ways:

Login through the LinkedIn website:

Go to Select the Sign In button located at in the upper right corner.  Select the “sign in with your organization portal” and enter your institutional affiliation.  This will be, or, or, or depending on the location where you work or attend school. Select Continue. This will direct you to the UNT System LinkedIn portal.  Login with your EUID and password. Start your learning experience.

Login through the LinkedIn Learning mobile app:

Open the LinkedIn Learning app on your mobile device. Select the “Sign in with your organization portal” tab. Enter your institutional affiliation. This will be,,, or depending on the where you work or attend school. Select the “Sign in with our organization portal” button. Enter your EUID and password credentials. After your credentials are accepted, you will enter the LinkedIn site. Start your learning experience.

The log in process is different depending on which LinkedIn account you linked to your LinkedIn Learning portal.


If your LinkedIn account is associated with your UNT email:

  1. Select Log in with your organization account.
  2. Enter your UNT email.
  3. After being redirected to the SSO page, log in with your current EUID and password.
  4. Log in once more with your UNT email and password to access LinkedIn Learning.

If your LinkedIn account is associated with your personal email:

  1. Select Log in with your organization email.
  2. Enter your UNT email.
  3. After being redirected to the SSO page, log in with your current EUID and password.
  4. Log in once more with your personal email and password associated with your current LinkedIn account.

For the optimal LinkedIn Learning experience on desktop, LinkedIn Learning supports the current and previous two releases of the following browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Chrome
  • Opera

Each time a new browser version is released, LinkedIn Learning begins supporting that version along with the last two supported versions.

Important: Using older browser versions can prevent you from accessing LinkedIn Learning, and some site features won't function as expected. Using the latest browsers also provide better encryption and privacy support.

Please review the current available version of your preferred browser and download the latest version to enjoy optimal site experience.

To watch videos on LinkedIn Learning you must be connected to the internet. It is recommended that you use a 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi connection for optimal mobile viewing.

Learn more about system requirements online here

Once you are no longer a student, faculty, or staff member, your access to LinkedIn Learning through UNT System will no longer be provisioned and your access will expire. LinkedIn Learning recommends that learners download certificates of completion and share playlists links prior to leaving the university.

LinkedIn states the following on their accessibility website:

As a Microsoft company, we've embraced digital inclusion, adopting the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) V2.0 Level AA in the design and development of our products.  

Our teams are constantly working to improve the LinkedIn experience by adding new features and making changes to better serve all our members. We’re always open to feedback and would love to hear from you as to how we can make LinkedIn even better.  

If you find an accessibility bug or have trouble using LinkedIn with assistive technology, contact us and we’ll reach out to help you through it.

LinkedIn's full statement can be reviewed here.

LinkedIn Learning course list is available online at here.
From the LinkedIn Learning home page. Select “Me” in the menu list. Select “Collections” in the drop-down list. The Collections Center will open. Select one of the existing collections.
Creating learning collections is a great way to categorize content you're interested in learning. For complete details on how to create custom collections visit this page.

For assistance with LinkedIn Learning, please contact the IT Shared Services Service Desk:


Phone: 940-565-4357

LinkedIn Learning Certificates of Completion are certifications you earn for the courses you have completely watched on LinkedIn Learning. Upon completion of a course, a certificate is automatically generated that can be viewed online and shared.

LinkedIn Learning also offers on-demand courses to help individuals prepare for professional certification exams and earn continuing education units (CEUs). To see a list of certification prep and CEU courses visit this page.

No. Once you've been authenticated as a current student, staff, or faculty member, you can access LinkedIn Learning from any internet-connected computer with an up-to-date browser. You can also use LinkedIn Learning on mobile devices using the LinkedIn Learning app.

Yes, via the bookmarks symbol next to each video title.

Yes, you can change the language under the Content Language section of the Settings page.

New content is added every month.