How to Link a LinkedIn Learning Course in D2L
Instructors can add a direct link to a LinkedIn Learning course in D2L Brightspace. The course will open in a new window and play directly from the LinkedIn Learning site. All students accessing a LinkedIn Learning course using a link within D2L Brightspace are automatically logged into LinkedIn Learning.
Note: Instructors must have admin access in LinkedIn Learning to obtain content links. If you are an EIU instructor and you do not see the "Go to Admin" link when you get to step #2 listed below, send an email request to email@example.com.
For more information about LinkedIn Learning at EIU, go to http://www.eiu.edu/lil.
To Link a LinkedIn Learning Course in D2L
- Log into LinkedIn Learning from D2L or from the EIU LIL site, http://www.eiu.edu/lil.
- Select the "Go to Admin" link in the top navigation of the LinkedIn Learning site. (If you do not see The "Go to Admin" link, send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to be given admin rights before you can retrieve links.)
- Select the "Content" link on the top navigation.
- Search for the LIL course in the search box on the top toolbar.
- After locating the desired video, select the "More" drop-down list to the right of the video. Then, select "Get SSO URL".
You should see the following message somewhere on your screen indicating the URL has been copied.
- Go to your course in D2L and post the link in the desired location.
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