We're considering integrating LinkedIn Learning into Docebo to get some content from them and we have some details that are not very clear for us.
I would be very interested in getting to know your experience with LinkedIn Learning, especially on the below topics:
- How the implementation took place? And how long it takes
- By default catalog with all LinkedIn Learning courses - can be deactivated?
- If a user accesses a course from this by default LinkedIn Learning catalog - will this behave as a imported course? Appears in Course Management section and the report will be available directly on Docebo?
- From LinkedIn Learning we can import learning paths or courses, but can we also import just a lesson from one course? Let’s say there is a course with 3 lessons inside (videos) - can we import only 1 video and use it as a training material for one of our course in Docebo?
- Lessons learned
All feedback appreciated!
I can’t speak to it myself, but theres a bunch of threads you might want to read:
Not an expert here but this is what I learned, hope it’s helpful:
Lessons learned and a few notes:
Thanks for the notes. We’re doing a pilot with LIL to see what our people thin. I’m curious as you’ve moved away from LIL what providers have you found that your learners like more?
@sbessen , we went with Go1 as we were looking for more bite-sized and quick content. Obviously it doesn’t satisfy everyones needs, but we do see some good data in regards to self-led learning and it’s easier to incorporate Go1 content into our digital learning initiatives. Let me know if I can give you any more info about this :)
@sabine.deliveroo that’s helpful.
As far as I can see courses don’t get marked as complete when you import a LinkedIn learning module. People who enrol are permanently ‘enrolled’ unless you complete them manually. (I'd love if someone new a way around this).