Your Library Card Gives You Free Access to LinkedIn Learning

Learn business, creative, and technology skills to achieve your personal and professional goals using your FREE library card to access LinkedIn Learning. This new platform includes all existing Lynda.com courses, features, and functionalities in an updated, easier-to-use interface. A valid library card and PIN are required to access LinkedIn Learning. You DO NOT need, nor will you be required, to have a LinkedIn account. If you have previously created a Lynda.com profile associated with the Library District, your account history will be automatically migrated to the new platform.

Please note that you cannot go directly to https://linkedin.com/learning to access your account. You must use the Library District’s login page: https://linkedin.com/learning-login/go/lvccld.

Getting Started:

First, you'll want to make sure you register your library card on our website for instant access to all our online resources. From the homepage, you'll select online resources from the blue navigation menu and then click on "All Online Resources" from the drop-down menu.

Visit the Library’s login page (https://linkedin.com/learning-login/go/lvccld) to migrate your learning history and set up your new LinkedIn Learning account. Click Get started to continue.

Enter your library card number and PIN, and then click Continue.

On the next screen, click Sounds good to personalize your learning experience.

Select topics that interest you, and then click Continue.

On the next screen, you can set a weekly learning goal. Click your desired goal and then Set a weekly goal or click Maybe later to skip this step and move on.

The next screen shows suggested content based on your topics of interest. Click Continue.

You’re all set! Click Start learning.

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