LinkedIn Learning aims to be the most relevant educational solution for companies and professionals seeking constant updating. Currently, it offers more than 13,000 courses on a platform powered by artificial intelligence.
LinkedIn Learning announces the enrichment of its educational offer with the addition of Harvard Business Publishing content. Also, it adds courses, tutorials, and texts from various educational platforms.
When LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com, this educational portal was perceived as a compendium of multimedia and business tutorials. Now, with a robust offer of courses, in a platform driven by artificial intelligence, it aims to be the most relevant educational solution for companies and professionals seeking constant updating.
LinkedIn Learning currently has more than 13,000 courses and works with a panel interface that, with the help of machine learning algorithms, offers skills-based learning recommendations.
What's new in LinkedIn Learning?
Harvard ManageMentor: leadership development courses created by the faculty and business leaders of Harvard Business School.
getAbstract: more than 18,000 book summaries and TED Talks.
Big Think: short video lessons on business and workforce.
Treehouse: software engineering and product design courses.
CreativeLive For Business: courses led by experts on creativity, innovation, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, among others.
LinkedIn Learning aims to be a reliable solution for companies to close skill gaps. Also, it seeks to position itself as the number one corporate education solution and to have competitive advantages over the different online education platforms such as Coursera, edX, Udacity or FutureLearn, to name a few.
LinkedIn Learning promises that new partners will be added next year and that it will continue to invest in its library.