Learn with LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

| July 9, 2019
Submitted by Jeannie An for Library Services

Learn with LinkedIn Learning

Lynda.com is moving to LinkedIn Learning on Tuesday, July 30.

The LinkedIn Project team is excited to announce that we are upgrading to LinkedIn Learning for our online learning solution.

This new platform will provide the same great Lynda.com content delivered through an intuitive new learning experience that’s powered by insights from the LinkedIn network, and features the same great video library from Lynda.com, which means you’ll be able to pick up your learning right where you left off.

The new platform offers features such as:

  • an updated look and feel
  • personalized course recommendations
  • shareable multi-media collections (playlists)
  • social curation (i.e. “like” the videos that you’ve watched)

Stay tuned for more details on what to expect with your move from Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning.

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2 thoughts on "Learn with LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)"

  1. Matt Yardley says:

    I’m a retired Mac Employee. I was using the Lynda connection. I knew about the change, but did not receive anything more on how to continue with the learning experience. Now that the summer is almost over, I wanted to get back to my learning.
    I went to my last bookmark which, of course, is not working, but I had assumed there would be a redirection.
    How do I login and use the new platform? Was there an email or something that I missed on the transfer?

  2. Jared Lenover says:

    Hi Matt. There’s a new login page you can use: McMaster LinkedIn Learning 🙂

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