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LinkedIn Learning December Challenge: 12 Days of Learning


To help you find time to invest in your development amid the year-end craze, LinkedIn Learning's 12 Days of Learning kicks off December 7th. During this period of celebrations, time with loved ones, and year-end preparations, why not make time for a season of learning?


Click here for a PDF calendar for daily resources and activities (most of which take only 5 minutes!). Complete this challenge on your own or gather a group of co-workers for more fun!

For more information on getting started using LinkedIn Learning, click on the Professional Development tile below.


At UW-River Falls, we are committed to promoting a campus culture that reflects our values of safety and nondiscrimination, and where our community can work, live, and learn in a productive and supportive environment. We all have an obligation to act in accordance with legal standards and ethical principles. In order to ensure that you are best prepared to fulfill these obligations for the benefit of yourself, your colleagues and students, the following web-based training courses must be completed within 30 days of start date. Recurrent training requirements for current employees are specified below.

Employees will receive an email from assigning training for the following three sessions:

- Data Security & Privacy (securing data and information technology) *required annually
- Title IX (sexual harassment/sexual discrimination) *required every three years
- Mandated Reporter (reporting of child abuse and neglect, Executive Order #54)

Public Records training is also recommended every three years. Click here to access the session:

- Wisconsin Public Records Law Basics

(Please ignore the reference to a quiz at the end of the training.)  

Additional information can be found in the Wisconsin Public Records Law Compliance Guide.



UW-River Falls believes that learning and growth are a journey and a life-long process. As part of our commitment to your professional and personal development, UWRF offers LinkedIn Learning to current students, faculty, and staff.

To activate your UWRF LinkedIn Learning account, log in through the UWRF portal and enter your Falcon Account username and password. Your UWRF login provides full access to LinkedIn Learning without the need to set up an individual subscription account or individual billing with LinkedIn. Once you’re in, browse around!

Additional information on LinkedIn Learning, and support from DoTS, can be found here.

Get out there, explore, and learn! Be on the lookout for regular learning suggestions and challenges posed in the Falcon Daily, this page, and through the LinkedIn Learning portal. 

Below are a few sample courses to get started:

How to Use LinkedIn Learning (43 min)

Six Morning Habits of High Performers (23 min)

Uncovering Your Authentic Self at Work (28 min)


Professional development is offered through the Upper Midwest Higher Ed Recruitment Consortium, of which UW-River Falls is a member.  Because of our membership, our students and staff have access to a variety of ever-changing professional development opportunities.


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Our Employee Assistance Program offers many great resources ranging from on-demand webinars to direct, confindential support. For more information on Kepro and how to set up an account, visit the EAP webpage here

Coming soon!

Coming soon!

Please review the list of past training opportunities below to access the associated resources.

University Employee Ethics (9/15/21)

Freedom of Speech (9/15/21)

Conflict Management for Managers (10/22/21)

Effective Performance Appraisals (10/26/21)

Conflict Management for Employees (10/29/21)

Communication for Managers (11/10/21)

Communication Skills for the Workplace (11/12/21)

How to be an Inclusive Leader (12/01/21)

Fostering Inclusion in the Workplace (12/03/21)


Upcoming Opportunities

Suicide Prevention
December 17, 12:00 PM (CT)


Contact Us

Office of Human Resources
M-F, 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
216/218 North Hall