Find all of the great video courses you have come to love from Lynda.com, and more, with double the number of courses (there are over 16,000 in the collection)!
You can find your history, courses in progress, saved playlists, and certificates from Lynda.com on LinkedIn Learning for Libraries so you can pick up where you have left off
For full details about the move to LinkedIn Learning for Libraries, go to: https://www.linkedin.com/help/learning/answer/107121
ORL members have access to thousands of video tutorials covering topics such as business, project management, popular software, and much more. Courses are taught by industry experts. Learn something new today!
Visit LinkedIn Learning for Libraries
Watch Tutorial or follow the steps below to get started!
LinkedIn Learning for Libraries is available through the browser on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. You can use the current or previous two releases of the following browsers:
A mobile app is also available for your smartphone or tablet. Jump down to Enjoy LinkedIn Learning on the App.
Go to LinkedIn Learning for Libraries at https://www.linkedin.com/learning-login/go/orl.
Click Get Started on the “Your Library Invites you to LinkedIn Learning” screen.
Enter your library card barcode number (no spaces) and your PIN code, click Continue, then Sounds Good.
The first time you log in, you will be asked to select the topics you want to learn about. Choose at least 1, then click Continue.
Know what you are looking for? Type your topic into the search box and press Enter key or click on the magnifying glass icon.
Want to see what courses are offered? Click the Browse button next to the search box. Choose Business, Creative, or Technology, then click on a topic.
Click the title of a course to watch it.
Get the app for free from your app store, available for:
Due to GDPR regulations for data protection and privacy, LinkedIn cannot move the activity (watch history, bookmarks, playlists, etc.) associated with your old library card to your new card.
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