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Linkedin Learning Courses

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ZZGAMAZZ

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Can anybody provide a link to a list of courses actually taught, rather than testimonials, pitches, and marketing bulletins about the benefits of enrolling, for what I think is $25 - $30/month, which seems like a genuine bargain, if any of the purported 255 trillion courses are tangible and something more than a pyramid scheme.
 

EddieB

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The answer you seek is most likely in the question.
 

ZZGAMAZZ

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It's hard to imagine that my post with the term "LinkedIn Learning" didn't result in hundreds of unsolicited messages hitting my e-mail in-box by now.

BTW, I've been meaning to ask since I first realized that the essence of LinkedIn is that anybody can say anything nice--in fact, it's not even necessary to "say," or to write anything because pull-down menu's are readily available--about anybody else regardless of whether it's sincere, or even whether they happen to know that person . . . how does anybody legitimize the significance of the site as being anything more than pure unadulterated meaningless dither? Just wondering...
 

JTip

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Just another internet stalking tool.
 
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