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LYNDA.COM

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FAQs about Accessing Lynda.com Online

Normally, using the great online training resources at lynda.com requires a paid subscription, but as a WCCLS cardholder you can access lynda.com for free!

How do I access lynda.com through WCCLS’ subscription?
If you are outside the library, you will first need to log in with your WCCLS library card number and PIN. (Not sure what your PIN is?) Then, you will be prompted to create a lynda.com account using your email address and a password you choose.

If you are in the library, you will be prompted to create a lynda.com account using your email address and a password you choose. Your lynda.com account lets you manage your course history, playlists, bookmarks, and Certificates of Completion.

You should always access lynda.com via the WCCLS website. If you are outside the library and go directly to lynda.com instead, you will not be authenticated as a WCCLS cardholder and will not be able to access lynda.com. Bookmark wccls.org/lynda and keep it handy.

Can I change my lynda.com account password?
According to lynda.com, you cannot change your lynda.com password on your own. You will need to contact lynda.com Client Services at 1-888-335-9632, extension 623.

Can I use the lynda.com mobile apps?
No, library patrons need to access lynda.com via the WCCLS website using a browser. This will work on a computer or on mobile devices.

I got a message saying all licenses are in use – what should I do?
WCCLS is limited by lynda.com to 100 of our cardholders using the resource at any one time. Please try using lynda.com later. If a user is inactive on the lynda.com site for 30 minutes or more, they are timed out to free up a space for another library patron.

I have more questions. How do I get help?
Please contact your local library for assistance.

Subject(s):
Job, Careers and Education
Science and Technology
Tech Skill Building

Target Age Group:
Adults
Teens

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