Claremont McKenna College has partnered with LinkedIn Learning, an online learning platform, to offer staff, faculty, and students online courses in order to gain professional skills. The courses available include a variety of subjects ranging from learning software, such as Microsoft Word and Excel, to learning soft skills, such as interpersonal communication. Whether learning a subject for the first time or seeking a refresher course, the Human Resources Office hopes LinkedIn Learning becomes a valuable resource to you and your department.
How to access LinkedIn Learning online courses:
Staff, faculty, and students can gain access by first signing in through the Central Authentication Service (CAS) portal or on the Information Technology Services (ITS) webpage. After signing in, the CAS portal will automatically direct you to LinkedIn Learning to begin viewing online courses.
Login to LinkedIn Learning by going to the ITS webpage.
Note: Staff, faculty, and students must sign in using the link above and CMC login credentials in order to gain access to the online courses.
The following is a list of recommended online courses:
Management Tips Weekly
Delegating Tasks to Your Team
Delivering Employee Feedback
Leading Productive One-on-One Meetings
Communicating with Confidence
Building Business Relationships
Connecting with Peers in the Workplace
Having Difficult Conversations
Learning Outlook 2016
Learning Outlook for Mac 2016
Outlook 2016: Essential Training
Outlook Quick Tips
Learning Word 2016
Learning Word for Mac 2016
Word 2016: Essential Training
Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks webpage
Learning PowerPoint 2016
Learning PowerPoint for Mac 2016
PowerPoint 2016: Essential Training
PowerPoint Tips Weekly
Learning Excel 2016
Learning Excel for Mac 2016
Excel 2016 Essential Training
Excel 2016: Introduction to Formulas & Functions
Excel 2016: Tips and Tricks
Learning Access 2016
Access 2016 Essential Training
Access 2016: Forms and Reports
Access 2016: Queries
These online courses are provided to staff, faculty, and students as a learning resource. Therefore, it is important to note there may be some processes or topics discussed within these courses that simply do not apply to you and/or your department. Any comments, concerns, or questions regarding these online courses should be directed to your supervisor or the Human Resources Office at (909) 621-8490.