Still feeling like you need a little more focus to get up to speed with Office 365? LinkedIn Learning, one of our newest online databases, can help with that. LinkedIn Learning is a video tutorial service, with lessons on a broad range of subjects, taught by industry professionals and lecturers. Each lesson is broken down into 3-5 minute modules with clear headings, so if you feel you don’t need more instruction in a particular area, you can skip it, or only access each video for 1-2 modules that you need more explanation for.
Below are several LinkedIn Learning courses offered surrounding Office 365 and the components that make it up, from old standbys like Word and Excel (now in their modified web forms) to new additions like Teams and OneDrive, as well as the Office 365 interface itself. Explore, watch or read as many modules as you think might help you become more comfortable, and know that LinkedIn Learning can be a resource for this and so many other lessons and skills moving forward. There are additional videos available on each subject, but this is a jumping-off point.
Note that to sign in to LinkedIn Learning the first time, you’ll need to go through our main site, under the Learning section in Adult Databases, and sign in using your library card and PIN. If you’ve used Lynda.com before this, opening it now will still have you sign in to LinkedIn Learning as if it was your first time, but once you are signed in, it will still remember previous courses you’ve watched.
STANDARD MICROSOFT SUITE WEB VERSIONS
|Learning PowerPoint for the Web (Office 365/Microsoft 365)|
taught by Heather Severino
|Learning Word for the Web (Office 365/Microsoft 365)|
taught by David Rivers
|Learning Excel for the Web (Office 365/Microsoft 365)|
taught by Joshua Rischin
|Outlook Essential Training (Office 365/Microsoft 365)|
taught by Jess Stratton