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DAU Logistics Linked-in Learning Opportunities

In addition to an extensive portfolio of 62 DAU life cycle logistics training courses, 15 life cycle logistics credentials, 175 life cycle logistics ACQuipedia articles, eight life cycle logistics…

DAU Logistics Linked-in Learning Opportunities

DAU Logistics Linked-in Learning Opportunities
Bill Kobren
In addition to an extensive portfolio of 62 DAU life cycle logistics training courses, 15 life cycle logistics credentials, 175 life cycle logistics ACQuipedia articles, eight life cycle logistics communities, hundreds of videos, six webinar series, hundreds of job support tools, and 12 product support guidebooks, among many others, encourage you to check out the myriad of non-DAU training courses available on a range of emerging topics such as supply chain management, supply chain resiliency, artificial intelligence, data analytics, software, digital engineering, among many others.

To discover the many no-cost learning assets available to you simply go to the DAU Virtual Campus, which requires users to login with CAC or username and password. If you don’t have a DAU account, you can request one here. Then navigate to the "Learning tab" and select the "Learning Search" dropdown. You can enter a search term in the "Search for learning" box and use the "Filters" dropdown on the left, navigate to the "Provider" filter and select "LinkedIn Learning". For courses of interest students can select the "Request" button to have the course added to your Playlist, and then "launch" the course.

For additional insights, check out a previous DAU LOG Blog post entitled “LinkedIn Learning Access Via DAU Virtual Campus”.

Special thanks to Shawn Harrison for his invaluable assistance with this DAU LOG Blog post.