Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Advancing your career, part of Gaining Skills with LinkedIn Learning.
- [Instructor] Learning is at the core of advancing your career. In today's workplace, the technology we use to do our jobs or even share ideas, or even collaborate with our colleagues, is constantly changing, and how we adapt, learn, and grow is quickly becoming a key indicator of career success. Now LinkedIn Learning allows you to stay ahead in your current role by suggesting courses that are popular with other people that have a similar job title. This provides a snapshot of what other people in your field are learning, what technologies they're implementing, and can be a great starting point to help you grow your knowledge.
Here in the homepage, if you scroll down just past the recommended skills, you'll come to a section that says Popular for people with your job title. These are ordered by popularity of the most times people with your job title have watched these particular courses. I'm gonna go ahead and click the Show more button to see a few more courses in this category. As I scroll through this list, I may actually identify courses or skills that I don't have, such as this course on the Foundations of Teaching with Technology by Kevin Kelly. If I go ahead and click on the course, I can open up the course page and once again, scroll down and take a look at what skills are covered in this course, as well as what are the job titles of people that watch this content, and where do they work at? This allows me to quickly understand whether or not this particular course may be valuable to my current career, or a career I'm choosing in the future.
- Finding the right skills to learn
- Making a learning game plan
- Knowing your learning style
- Making learning stick
- Adding certificates to your profile
Skill Level Beginner
What was changed when the course was updated 02//09/2017?
Updates were made to the following topics: malleable intelligence, setting a learning goal, active vs. passive learning, and joining the online conversation.