LinkedIn Learning Administrator Access
LinkedIn Learning administrator and curator roles are now available for all schools and services on request. These roles allow you to:
- upload new content
- consolidate your curated content
- create a community of learners in your school or service
There are three levels of administrator access available. These have been designed to allow you to easily create, share and track learning resources.
Lead School /Service Administrator
This role will be the main contact for LinkedIn Learning within your school or service. Lead administrators can create groups of staff or students on the platform to allow other administrators and curators to be able to share curated content with these groups. They also have access to instant insights via the dashboard. The role will also be able to perform all the activities listed in the Assistant Administrator role below.
This role can upload custom content and curate learning pathways and collections using custom and curated content. They can also share content to groups or to a TEAMs channel. This role can edit/delete other admin users’ content and see insights into recommended content via the dashboard.
This role can upload custom content and curate learning pathways. They can also recommend and share content either to a group or by using a shareable link or to a TEAMs channel. This role can see insights into recommended content to a group via the dashboard. There is a short introduction video on LinkedIn Learning which showcases the features of being a curator.
Find out more
For further information and to request your administrator or curator access, email LinkedInlearn@leeds.ac.uk
Any member of staff can also join the LinkedIn Learning Interest Group - A growing community of LinkedIn Learning curators and administrators.
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