Becoming a LinkedIn Learning curator lets you drive learner engagement and take LinkedIn Learning to the next level for you, colleagues and students. Curator roles are available to colleagues in all schools and services and it is an ideal opportunity for those with a focus on learning, teaching or leading the development of others.
Becoming a curator means you can easily create, share, and understand the impact of your learning programmes:
Benefits of being a LinkedIn Learning curator:
- Upload your own content to the LinkedIn Learning platform.
- Create a learning path, combining your own content with LinkedIn Learning content.
- Easily share content and learning paths with colleagues and students.
- See insights of learning resources that have been shared with a group or individual learner.
Here is a short demo video of the curator role on LinkedIn Learning to showcase the features. You can also watch a series of staff case study videos from colleagues, showcasing some of the ways they have used their curator roles in a variety of ways.
You can also join the LinkedIn Learning Interest Group on MS Teams, which is a community of LinkedIn Learning curators and administrators from the University of Leeds.
Find out more
For further information and to request the curator role email LinkedInlearn@leeds.ac.uk
We also recommend looking at the different LinkedIn Learning admin roles available for colleagues.
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