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Trudi from Non-Fiction Collections April 14, 2021, 3:08 PM is upgrading to LinkedIn Learning

These days fitting in time to focus on yourself can be a real challenge.  

We understand how important it is to find the time and resources to develop your interests, whether they’re personal passions or professional skills. That’s why we’re so excited to share the news that we’re upgrading Lynda, one of our current online learning platforms, to LinkedIn Learning. 

LinkedIn Learning is a great platform for anyone that needs some flexibility to fit learning into a busy schedule. It provides 24/7 access to online tutorials taught by recognized industry professionals across business, creative and technology sectors. It’s everything you need to get the skills you want in the areas that interest you most, when it works for you.  

Access to LinkedInLearning is free with your library card, and you can use it even if you don’t have a LinkedIn account. 

If you’re a current user, you will see all the same great content you’re used to, take your learning history with you, and more!   

Here’s what you need to know: 

  • We’re upgrading on April 22 
  • Lynda will be offline for up to 24 hours while we upgrade.  
  • During the outage, all Lynda content will be moved over to LinkedIn Learning. 
  • You won’t lose any content from courses you’re working on now, or that you’ve already finished. 

This upgrade comes with some exciting features and benefits, so you can: 

  • Access over 16,000 courses, with new content added regularly. 
  • Learn in multiple languages, like French, German, Spanish, Mandarin, and Japanese 
  • Get relevant course recommendations that are trending in your field. 
  • Ask questions and get responses from expert instructors and other learners. 
  • Download the LinkedIn Learning app for iOS, Google Play, AppleTV, and Chromecast.  

If you’d like to learn more about LinkedIn Learning check out this introductory video on YouTube, then visit our LinkedIn Learning page to get started!

About Author

Trudi from Non-Fiction Collections

Natural habitat: Bingeing Netflix with my cat. I love scary movies and have been reading Stephen King since I was 11. Getting to see Hamilton in New York City was the thrill of a lifetime. My subject area for the library is everything nonfiction, including my favorites: memoirs, cookbooks, true crime, self-help, history and documentaries.

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