Lynda.com – free with your library card!

lynda-logo-150As a Wellington City Libraries member you now have free and unlimited access to over 3500 online tutorials and courses via Lynda.com. Learn leadership skills, how to use software like Dreamweaver or Photoshop or even to promote a business through Facebook – and much more besides.

The courses are delivered by tutors who are both experts in their field and know how to teach. Added features allow for searching across courses, curated playlists and individual access enabling course progress to be saved.

All you have to do is login to Lynda.com with your library card details (entering your last name as the PIN), set up a Lynda account to keep a course log, and then start learning!

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Call in to see us at your favourite Wellington City library, or emailΒ  to find out more on how to access these high quality and engaging tutorials. For any technical issues, let us know.

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31 thoughts on “Lynda.com – free with your library card!”

  1. Hi,
    I am very pleased that these Lynda.com tutorials became available in the library. They are also available for viewing off-line as a new feature. I downloaded and installed the program from the Lynda site, but it requests a Lynda login, and the Wellington Library card login doesn’t work at this point. This is a NEW feature (it says that on the button) and maybe not incorporated yet in the Library access.
    Best regards,
    George

  2. This has made my day! It reinforces to me how lucky we are to have such an awesome library in Wellington. Keep up the good work πŸ™‚

  3. This is excellent news ! I’ve been a Lynda.com subscriber and loved it. Excellent use of Wellington City rates πŸ™‚

  4. Thanks for bringing such high quality online resource to Wellingtonians. I am sure it will benefit the community immensely.

  5. I tried to sign in but didn’t have a password and later looking around I was told there was a 10 day trial and then I have to pay. Confused. I initially signed in with me library card number then my name as a pin but after that was confused what to do.

  6. I applaud you WCL, what a fantastic resource! Thanks for the e-mail bringing Lynda.com to my attention.

  7. Hi Andrea, we have added a “how-to” guide to the post above with instructions on getting started with Lynda.com using your library card. Do let us know if this helps, or if it’s still not working for you! ^RL

  8. Thanks for this suggestion Andy! We’ve forwarded your suggestion on to our technical team to investigate what options they offer for library or organisational memberships. ^RL

  9. Hi WCL Team,
    This is great and so constructive especially the time where free sites are moving towards subscription model. Eg: Youtube Red.

    From the bottom of my heart I m thanking you to giving me the hope to move forward towards gaining more knowledge. You guys are awesome.

  10. What an unexpected and delightful surprise! I’ve been a Lynda subscriber in the past and got so much value from it. I’m so pleased to have access to it again through the library. You guys rock!

  11. Thank you WCL!!!
    I only just stumbled across this information and couldn’t be happier! What a fantastic resource to have available.
    Sharing knowledge = Sharing happiness
    *happy dancing*

  12. I’m so proud to be a ratepayer in a city with such a cool library. Love your work. Can’t wait to try it.

  13. Brilliant! Was putting off signing up due to the cost but stumbled upon this option. Thanks WCL – this is a fabulous resource!

  14. This is the coolest thing any council has ever done in my entire history as a rate payer.

    Thanks you so much for making this amazing resource available.

  15. Brilliant! So happy about this, and absolutely couldn’t come at a better time. Thank you for this!

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