LyndaCampus, the online training resource from Lynda.com that’s used at Harvard, is now LinkedIn Learning. Lynda was acquired by LinkedIn a few years ago, and this change reflects the new branding for the tool.
As a member of the Harvard community, you have unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, an on-demand library of high-quality instructional videos covering a vast range of software, business and creative skills. With more than 6,000 courses taught by industry experts – and more added every week – LinkedIn Learning is designed for all levels of learners, and it’s available whenever you’re ready to learn.
Accessing the new LinkedIn Learning tool is simple. All you need to do is go to https://linkedinlearning.harvard.edu/ and use the login link on that page. All of your course history, playlists, and certificates from Lynda.com will be transferred over to your LinkedIn Learning account. The first time you access LinkedIn Learning, it will ask if you want to connect your LinkedIn Learning account to a LinkedIn account. Doing so will allow the tool to provide you with personalized course recommendations but it is not required, and you can use LinkedIn Learning without having a LinkedIn account.
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