LinkedIn Learning is an online content provider offering thousands of video courses in software, creative, and business skills. When purchasing and syncing LinkedIn Learning courses into your platform from Docebo’s Content Marketplace, you can directly upload them as courses, or you can store them in the Central Repository as AICC training materials to be pushed to your courses.
This article explains the best practices and gives some tips and tricks regarding LinkedIn Learning within the context of Docebo and how to manage content from LinkedIn Learning in your platform.
Learn more about managing LinkedIn Learning in the content marketplace.
For further details on the Docebo integration with LinkedIn Learning, also see the LinkedIn Learning and Docebo LMS Deep Integration Guide.
When setting the LinkedIn Learning catalog visibility, make sure that the number of users accessing the catalog does not exceed the number of LinkedIn Learning licenses you have purchased.
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Tips & Tricks
- When importing content from the LinkedIn Learning library with the Import as training material in the Central Repository and create courses option (either with a single or with a mass import), make sure that the language of the content you are importing is an active language in your platform. If the content language is not an active platform language, the content will be imported as training material in the Central Repository but the corresponding course will not be created. More details on language activation.
- The LinkedIn Learning catalog is not available to be included in a Catalogs Widget if you set the Custom Selection option in the Catalogs to Display section when configuring the widget, but it is available if you choose the All Catalogs option for the Catalogs Widget in the same section. Moreover, it is available on the Course Catalog Built-in page.