LinkedIn Learning with Lynda

Get ready to learn new skills with LinkedIn Learning, the next generation of Lynda.com. This robust online training resource tailors learning to your lifestyle, with over 12,000 expert-led video courses on a vast array of topics. Learn basic computer instruction, accounting, 3D animation, and much more. Courses are available in 7 languages and new courses are added every week, informed by LinkedIn skills and jobs data.

Do you want to... thrive in your current job... prepare for a change... better market yourself... pick up a side hustle? Whatever your motivation, LinkedIn Learning can give you a significant advantage. Getting started is as easy as heading there, entering your 14-digit library card number and 4-digit PIN, and selecting your topics of interest. LinkedIn Learning will help you begin by recommending courses and asking you to set a weekly goal. 






Frequently Asked Questions

I had a Lynda.com account. What will happen to my information? How do I transfer to LinkedIn Learning?
The transition is seamless. Your learning history and account information will be imported when you log in for the first time to LinkedIn Learning. Accounts not imported by May 5, 2021 will be deleted.

How do I log in?

Patrons log in through the library portal, using their Neill Public Library card number and PIN. If you don't know your library card number and/or PIN, contact us at 509-334-3595 or library@neill-lib.org.

Can I log in directly from LinkedIn's website?
Patrons must access their accounts through Neill Public Library's designated login page. We recommend patrons bookmark this page for easy access.

Can I learn on my mobile device?
Patrons can access LinkedIn Learning on their mobile device through the web browser; however, access to the mobile app is not available under the current agreement between LinkedIn and the Washington State Library.
 
Free access to LinkedIn Learning for Neill Public Library cardholders is available thanks to an agreement between LinkedIn and the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.