The University of Montana is now providing access to Linked In Learning for full and part-time employees. Their library of over 15,000 courses (with dozens added each week) can help you personalize your professional development at your own pace, on your own schedule. Watch a 3 minute video to answer a quick question, gain skills or knowledge through a short course, or even pursue a learning path of several courses for deeper growth.
Artificial Intelligence Resources
This LinkedIn Learning resource includes content that covers: basic AI skills, AI skill specializations (such as cybersecurity and prompt engineering), and intermediate and advanced AI skills (such as neural networks and utilizing AI in business).
Discover the skills needed to apply generative AI in your career. Learn the core concepts of artifical intelligence and generative AI functionality. This learning path is eligible for a Professional Certificate from Microsoft. Complete all content, pass the final exam, and you will have immediate access to your certificate so you can add it to your LinkedIn profile and share it with others.
Webinars and Recordings
Tune into LinkedIn Learning's Office Hours! Sessions are available on trending topic discussions, interviews, and open Q&As hosted live by industry experts. Register for upcoming events or check out previously recorded sessions. New events are added every week.
Career Growth Collection
Recommended by UM’s own career counselors, this collection of courses covers such things as having honest career conversations, figuring out your next move, developing a career goal and plans, finding a sponsor, negotiating your job offer, succeeding in an internal job interview, and more.
Featured Courses: Diversity and Inclusion
Find greater meaning, well-being, and productivity by learning how to interact with others across differences. Discover how to create inclusive environments where everyone can thrive. Verna Myers discusses the impact of our cultural lens on our daily relations and how to counter bias in our words and actions.
Understand and identify your own biases to make more thoughtful hiring, promotion, and interpersonal decisions. Explore principles and strategies to have more productive, meaningful conversations about diversity. Learn how to create an organization that leverages diverse talents of all contributors.
Learn how to identify and address everyday, subtle, intentional and unintentional actions or behaviors that perpetuate bias toward marginalized groups in the workplace. Get actionable steps to create safe spaces in the workplace and effectively address behaviors directly with the offender or through a third party.
Well-Being Learning Pathway
Gain immediately applicable skills to support your well-being during times of change and uncertainty. Courses cover topics such as practicing mindfulness and meditation; avoiding burnout; managing anxiety, depression, and stress; calming your mind; and restoring your body.