Date(s) - 03/08/2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The University community is invited to attend a virtual demonstration of Workday Learning on Wednesday, March 8 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. ET. Get the Zoom registration link and more information by logging into the Workday@Penn website (PennKey required). The meeting is limited to 300 participants and will be recorded for later access.
For more information, please visit the Workday Learning Guide page.
The University will launch Workday Learning on March 6. It will replace Knowledge Link, the University’s current job-related learning management system (LMS). Workday Learning will connect University faculty, staff, postdocs, and student workers with their required job training and other learning opportunities directly from Workday.
Workday Learning also replaces Penn Profiler, the University’s web-based training requirement survey. Based on job data and other criteria, Workday will automatically assign training required by federal and state laws and regulations, granting agencies, and University policy. Training can also be manually assigned by individuals, their managers, and LMS administrators.
To facilitate a smooth transition, University learners’ Knowledge Link training history and assignments, along with existing University training courses, will move to Workday Learning.
- Access to Knowledge Link will cease on Friday, March 3.
- Starting on Monday, March 6, learners will have a variety of self-service, online, and live support to assist them in Workday.
University and UPHS Dual Users
The University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS) will continue to use Knowledge Link. For “dual users,” those University and UPHS faculty, staff, and others who work in both environments, a new learning portal will provide secure, one-stop access to both Workday Learning and Knowledge Link.