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On August 1st, 2019, Georgetown University Library upgraded from Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning combines all of Lynda.com’s high-quality courses with insights from LinkedIn data to provide you with personalized course recommendations based on your current job and skills, and what professionals like you are learning.
You still have access to world-class Lynda.com content, including 11,000+ digital courses taught by industry experts. LinkedIn Leraning also includes special insights and social engagement from LinkedIn. Popular topics include data science, software development, creative software, leadership, and management.
A new user interface should help you find more relevant content related to areas where you want to grow in your knowledge and skill-sets. If you choose to connect your account to your LinkedIn profile, you will also be able to share your progress with others. These changes should help you on your career journey.
Finally, LinkedIn Learning is delivered where you are, whether that’s on the Hilltop or on the go, with the option to view content both on and offline on any device. Your learning data has been transferred automatically so you are able to hit the ground running, no matter where and when you like to learn!
You can find additional resources for using Linkedin Learning here:
The Georgetown University Library's licensing agreement with LinkedIn Learning specifies that only current faculty, students, and staff are able to access the system.
Many public library systems, like the DC Public Library and Arlington County Public Library, provide their residents with free access to Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning. It's definitely worth visiting your public library's website to see what type of online learning resources they provide.