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LinkedIn Learning FAQ

LinkedIn Learning is an online video service that provides access to hundreds of courses and tutorials taught by industry experts and leaders. Beginner and advanced tutorials are available in business, technology, software, and creative skills. Software tutorials include products widely used on campus such as Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus services and applications, Adobe's suite of products, Drupal, and Google Analytics. Tutorials on beta and pre-release versions of software are also available. Use LinkedIn Learning to learn a new subject or brush up on an existing skill you already have.


LinkedIn Learning training is available to all currently active Penn faculty, postdocs, students, and staff with a valid PennKey.  For more information about the University's LinkedIn Learning offering and benefits, including support and related services, please visit ISC's LinkedIn Learning service page.

Use your PennKey and password as your login credentials to access the full LinkedIn Learning library, including exercise files.

  • Desktop: Go to Do not go directly to (If you wish to bookmark LinkedIn Learning for easy access, your bookmark must also point to
  • Mobile devices: Access to LinkedIn Learning from your mobile device is available with the LinkedIn Learning App. To log in via your mobile device: Open the app, tap Sign in with your organization portal. Where it reads "Enter your organization's name or domain", tap and type in the field, and then tap the Sign in button. You'll then need to enter your PennKey and password to access LinkedIn Learning. 
Frequently Asked Questions: 

All current faculty, staff, postdocs, researchers, contractors, and students are eligible for a LinkedIn Learning account. If you believe you should have access but don’t, contact ISC Client Care.

You'll have the option of connecting your personal LinkedIn account to LinkedIn Learning, or can choose to create a LinkedIn Learning account. For more information about moving to LinkedIn and FAQs, see Getting Started with LinkedIn Learning.

Your account will become inactive. If you connected your personal LinkedIn account, you will keep learning history you've added to your profile. We recommend you download or print any notes or download any exercise files before departing.

No, that only applies to personal accounts not affiliated with the University.

Someone can transfer their personal LinkedIn Learning account into an account affiliated with Penn, but not the other way around. We recommend that, before transferring account information, you consider how the Penn account will become inactive upon leaving.

Yes, LinkedIn Learning has apps for iOS and Android devices. Visit LinkedIn's app site for download.

For help taking courses, visit LinkedIn Support.

For help accessing your account, visit ISC Client Care.