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LinkedIn Learning Resources

As a NorQuest student, you have access to LinkedIn Learning, a free online learning platform. You can develop your skills and reach your unique professional goals by accessing the various LinkedIn Learning courses. 

Here's how to get started:
  1. Click on this LinkedIn Learning link
  2. Login with your NorQuest username (e-mail address) and password
  3. On the Welcome screen, you may choose to 'Connect your LinkedIn account' or 'Continue without LinkedIn'
  4. After making your selection, you'll be brought to a page that welcomes you to LinkedIn Learning. Click on 'Sounds good'.
  5. On the next few screens, you'll be asked to select your learning goals, skills you're interested in developing, and your interests.
  6. After this, you're all set to start using LinkedIn Learning!

For more detailed step-by-step instructions, please visit NorQuest College's Library webpage here.


LinkedIn Learning can be accessed through the Edmonton Public Library (EPL). All you'll need is an EPL membership (which is free) to access LinkedIn Learning. For more information please visit EPL's website, or watch this helpful video. 

LinkedIn Learning - Recommended Courses

Last Updated: July 2023

Link to 'Rock Your LinkedIn Profile' course
"Explore how to create a LinkedIn profile that brings your personal career story to life, whether you’re just starting out, seeking to advance, or making a career change. Instructor Lauren Jolda—head of the "Rock Your Profile" team at LinkedIn—offers tips on tailoring each section, starting with the key insight that a LinkedIn profile is unique and shouldn’t be approached exactly like a resume. Lauren covers ways to add media to a profile, methods for showcasing your career accomplishments and aspirations, and specific examples of profile phrases and language that can help inspire your personal story."



Link to 'Communication Foundations' course
"Learn how to communicate more effectively. Your communication skills affect your career prospects, the value you bring to your company, and the likelihood of your promotion. This course helps you communicate better in a variety of professional situations, including meetings, email messages, pitches, and presentations."





Link to 'Leveraging Your Transferable Skills to Drive Your Career' course

"Have you ever looked at a job posting and talked yourself out of applying because you didn’t meet the minimum requirements or have relevant experience? In this course, Jodi Glickman explains why taking yourself out of the running for a new opportunity because you feel you’re not qualified (on paper, at least) is one of the biggest career mistakes you can make. Instead of letting your resume or transcript define you, you must leverage your transferable skills to create new job opportunities. Jodi shows how to uncover and highlight your strengths and talents, and connect your transferable skills to job openings to ultimately sell yourself."



Link to 'Informational Interviewing' course

"If you are looking for a job, considering a new career, or trying to advance in your current career, you can benefit from informational interviews—one of the most effective ways to build your professional network. In this course, learn how to incorporate informational  interviewing into your job search, how to get started, what to expect, and how to follow up."