LinkedIn Learning Overview
What are the range of courses available?
Range of Courses - Final Thoughts
What is the course quality like?
Course Quality - Final Thoughts
What is the user experience like?
User Experience - Final Thoughts
What do the pricing models look like on both platforms?
Pricing Models - Final Thoughts
Are Udemy and LinkedIn Learning certified learning platforms?
Certification - Final Thoughts
What are the unique features of Udemy and LinkedIn Learning?
Unique Features - Final Thoughts
What are the pros and cons of both software’s?
That was great
What a Udemy vs LinkedIn Learning competition, woohoo, that was exciting stuff.
So, we have had some tough battles through each of our six sections, and I believe we have come out with a worthy winner.
Before I started this blog post, I had a look at what other people had done, and a lot of people are writing this from a position of purely a learner and people who like learning online.
I have tried to take a slightly different approach as someone who works in the Learning & Development (L&D) space; how would this work for both learners at home, learning independently, and also for employees learning in a workplace.
I found this approach worked well, and hopefully provided a good amount of information to help you decide on which to go for.
So that’s it, we’re at the end of this comparison between Udemy vs LinkedIn Learning. It has been a great contest, and they are both great programs.
In all honesty, I think LinkedIn was deserving of this victory, having tested both thoroughly, it is the easiest to use, provides the most professionalism that I have seen on any course provider, and has courses delivered by industry leaders that are extremely easy to understand.
It also has excellent features and makes video-based learning a great way to learn new things.
Another thing to consider is if you are a full-time student or have access to your local library, there’s a good chance you can access LinkedIn Learning for free.
One thing you could do is use both, e.g., you could have LinkedIn Learning as your primary platform, and use Udemy for those select courses that can only be found there. That’s probably what I would do, don’t limit yourself to a single platform, but one thing I will say, LinkedIn Learning has to be on your list.
Catch you soon!
Hey, I’m Kris Taylor. I’m a Learning and Development professional currently in the healthcare field, with over 8 years of experience in the area of corporate education. I have created numerous instructional content for various corporate projects including eLearning, in-person facilitation, and virtual training across a wide variety of learning interventions and sectors. On Taughtup, I discuss topics ranging from how to succeed through K-12 to college all the way to instructional design tips for L&D designers.