This is an old revision of the document!

LinkedIn Learning

Connecting via Direct Login and Confirming Profile:

  1. In the “Sign in to LinkedIn Learning” box, select the option under the Sign In button that says “Sign in with your organization account”. When prompted to enter your email address, enter your Olin credentials (UPN =
    • Click continue to be redirected to MS login page (…..)
    • Enter your UPN again and click Next
    • Enter your password and click Sign In
    • Choose whether to stay signed in or not – general recommendation is No :!:
  2. You will be redirected back to LinkedIn Learning where you are presented with the option to “Connect my LinkedIn account” or “Continue without LinkedIn”.
    • If you have an existing personal LinkedIn account and would like to connect it with your LinkedIn Learning account (recommended), choose that option and:
      • Enter the email address that is registered with your personal LinkedIn account
      • Enter your password
      • Click “Sign In”
      • At this point you should be logged into the LinkedIn Learning site, and linked to your LinkedIn profile
  3. When you are fully logged in, you will be directed to a page asking you to “Choose a category to explore”. Choose a category you’d like to explore.
  4. The next option is to set a weekly learning goal, which is optional, but will allow LinkedIn learning to keep track of your progress towards this goal.
  5. Finally, you should be able to see a “You’re all set” display.
  6. From there, you can browse different courses.
  7. If you want to save a course, simply mouse over the course card and click the “Save” bookmark button.
  8. You can find your save courses under the “Save” tab in the middle of the home page.
  9. Click into a course to begin a module. You can start with any lesson you’d like – simply navigate through the “Contents” tab.
  10. Note that there is an “Exercise Files” tab that is useful if the course has worksheets or other resources. Have fun learning!

:!: NOTE: If you are already signed in to your Outlook account, you will instead see “Your organization requires you to sign in with Single Sign-On”. Click that to proceed.

Connecting via Office Portal: