We increasingly pattern our work lives after our computers. But human beings are not meant to run at high speeds, continuously, for long periods of time. By learning how to more skillfully manage each dimension of energy, you can bolster your own productivity, and enhance your success as a manager by tapping into the true potential of your employees.
LIL Course Clubs are a great way to begin fostering a learning culture within your department. Learn business, creative, and technology skills to achieve your personal, professional, and department goals. Use the template below to begin!
Teachers College students, faculty and staff have free and unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, formerly known as Lynda.com, through Columbia University.
LinkedIn Learning is an online training resource that features thousands of video tutorials and training resources about business, technology, and creative skills. The subscription for the Columbia community offers unlimited access to a vast library of engaging video tutorials and industry-leading content taught by recognized industry expert instructors in leadership, project management, graphic design, software development, and much more.
We have highlighted a small sampling of topics and courses below to help you get started with LinkedIn Learning.
No, our license to LinkedIn Learning does not extend to TC Alumni. If you have had access to Lynda.com or LinkedIn Learning, it will be discontinued in compliance with our license agreement.
Yes. LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com and you will have access to content that was previously available through Lynda.com.
All Lynda.com links should be updated to LinkedIn Learning links before May 31, 2020. After this date, Lynda.com links may not redirect as the Lynda.com platform is scheduled to retire.
As of September 17, 2019, your Linked in Learning Account is not associated with your LinkedIn profile (if you have one). As a result:
At this time, Columbia University has chosen to disable the connection between your LinkedIn Learning profile from LinkedIn due to privacy concerns, because users were unable to manually decouple these accounts themselves.
As a result of this decision, please note: