LinkedIn Learning

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  1. Phdtobe

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    I just signed up for the LinkedIn free 1-month premium service. What can I say - I like it. It is about $31 per month so I may stick with it. I prefer the LinkedIn Learning to MOOC.
     
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    Isn't LinkedIn Learning Lynda.com? LinkedIn bought them out a couple of years ago. I get free access through my school. The videos are very high quality, and they're always updating technology courses. I find the Coursera and edX courses to be boring and lacking in depth.
     
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    I am a kid in a candy store over at LinkedIn. In one week, I have completed excel 2016 expert prep, plus a course on strategy approved by PMP for pdu. The great thing is that the stuff is now linked to my profile - that's optional. Currently I am doing 6 sigma and PM.
    Not to violate the tos - but I recommend LinkedIn premium is you are not persuing more degrees but want to remain competitive.
     
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    no violation, there's a lot to be said for pursuing certs instead of degrees.
     

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