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Online Training: Adobe, Microsoft and LinkedIn Learning

Knowledge article logo with icons from Linked In, Adobe Creative Cloud and Office 365

As an active employee, faculty member or a student at Salt Lake Community College, you have free access to online educational tools and software from Adobe® and Microsoft.  Additionally, you have access to a pilot subscription to LinkedIn.

 

Follow these links below to access training venues that provide details and training for these subscriptions:

 

Adobe Education Exchange

Note! You will need to sign in with you school email address and your MySLCC password.

 

Microsoft 365 Training

Note! Login not required for the training resources.

 

LinkedIn Learning

Note! You may be automatically signed into this resource.

Salt Lake Community College Faculty & Staff have a license to use the LinkedIn Learning portal. Please check it out and make use of this valuable resource to learn about anything you've wanted to know from Microsoft Teams to Floral Arrangements.

  • ·  Go to the LinkedIn Learning site: https://www.linkedin.com/learning
  • ·  Click the Sign in button from the right corner.
  • ·  Click the SSO login and use your SLCC login and password.
  • · In the LinkedIn navigation at the top of the landing page, use the Drop down Browse topic list or just put your topic in the Search box.     

Image shows LinkedIn search image

 

 

If you would like to request a live training for your SLCC department, please fill out this request form online and submit it to our Training Department.

 

If you have any comments or suggestions, please provide them in the Feedback section below.

 

 

If you have any questions or issues, you can contact Technical Support:

 

Telephone: 801-957-5555

Email: helpdesk@slcc.edu





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