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LinkedIn Learning Support: Teaching with LinkedIn Learning

Use LinkedIn Learning Content in Your Learning Management System (LMS)

Benefits of using LinkedIn Learning in your LMS:
  • Perfect for a flipped classroom approach
  • Individual account access - students can return to where they left off in the course
  • Students can keep track of progress and print out certificates of completion
  • You can link to courses or individual video segments
  • Create and share collections
  • Exercise files, notes, transcripts and closed captions are available
  • You can use LinkedIn Learning courses with assessments or chapter quizzes
  • Students can slow down or speed up the presentations

Find out more at the Searching and features page.


To find new releases, trending courses, or to browse for content on a particular topic, check out the following pages:


LinkedIn Learning is a TAFE NSW subscription database for the use of current students and staff only. Content cannot be copied or recorded.

Links to courses and videos are available to TAFE NSW students and staff only. People outside our organisation will not be able to access the content.

Did You Know?

You can download LinkedIn Learning videos to view offline. See the
Mobile App page.

Teaching with LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning Deeplinks to Learning Paths, Collections, Courses and Videos

You can create authenticated Single Sign On (SSO) links (Also called deeplinks) to LinkedIn Learning content which will take you directly to the course or video after logging in with your TAFE NSW username and password. These links can be shared within TAFE NSW.

Option 1 - Wildcard prefix

When logged in to LinkedIn Learning:

  • copy the link from the URL field
  • add the wildcard authentication prefix

Link example from the URL field:


Tip: If you want to prevent the video from starting automatically, you need to change the autoplay option from "true" to "false".


Option 2 - Authentication suffix

When logged in to LinkedIn Learning:

  • copy the link from the URL field
  • add the authentication suffix &auth=true 

Link example from the URL field:


Or change the autoplay option from "true" to "false" which prevents the video from starting automatically.


Always test your links before sharing them. If you need help creating authenticated SSO links, contact library staff.

For instructions on how to create and share collections, go to the Creating and sharing collections box.

Note: Links will not work in Word documents. Change document to PDF.

Updated: July 2022