Many courses on the LinkedIn Learning platform provide the user with exercise files. Exercise files provide resources or assets to help you follow along with the course.
- [Instructor] Some courses in the LinkedIn Learning Library contain exercise files. Exercise files are files which the author has included for you to download as a resource or to help you follow along with the course. They can be accessed when using the desktop version, and not the mobile version however. Now, let's take a look at an example of an exercise file. So in the course that I'm currently in, the Finding a Job course, this is one that does contain exercise files. Up at the top on the side navigation bar, there is the Overview, Contents, and if I scroll over, one of these tabs is for Exercise Files.
If I click here, I can then download those exercise files to my computer. I'm going to go ahead and click on that. And as you can see, it downloads those files. And I'm going to click to open it. It creates a file inside of here, and I'll open up that file and we can see some of the different exercise files that exist with this course. The author has included here a chronological resume template, a functional resume template, and other resources that can be really helpful. So it is nice that you have access here to these resume templates.
Another one here is for Job Hunting Plan. If I click on that, we can open it up, and you can see here that it is a resource that the author has provided for you to use when watching this course. I'm going to click off of that, and close that up. So that is a quick look at exercise files. And like I said, some courses on the LinkedIn Learning platform have exercise files, others don't. If there are ones that have it, you may want to download them and take advantage of them.
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