Views of LinkedIn Learning Content Tripled in April’s First Week vs. January

Membership in groups was up 130% in March compared with February

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LinkedIn shared an update on how people are using its LinkedIn Learning resources during the coronavirus pandemic.

LinkedIn Learning vice president of product management Hari Srinivasan said in a blog post that people watched 1.7 million hours of content on LinkedIn Learning during the first week of April, compared with 560,000 hours during the first week of January.

He added that membership in LinkedIn Learning groups was up 130% in March versus February.

LinkedIn Learning will begin focusing on one skill that is trending each week and provide free access to related courses, and Srinivasan said this week’s topic is “Managing Through Difficulty,” so members have free access through the end of June to How to Manage Feeling Overwhelmed, Managing Stress for Positive Change and Coaching Employees Through Difficult Situations.




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