ABOUT LINKEDIN LEARNING FOR LIBRARIES

The transition from Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning has been completed. You will just need your library card to access the new LinkedIn Learning for Library--you do not need to create a LinkedIn account. 

 LinkedIn Learning for Library

Access using your library card number and PIN

Frequently Asked Questions

LinkedIn Learning for Library features:

  • Over 16,000 courses in 7 different languages (English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Mandarin, and Portuguese)
  • An updated, easier-to-use interface
  • Previous course history from Lynda.com
  • Log in via library card and PIN without the need for a LinkedIn profile
  • Mobile app is available -- use "jcplin" as the Library ID and then log in with card number and PIN

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LinkedIn Learning for Library

Learn a new skill online, on your time

LinkedIn Learning

Johnson County Public Library is excited to offer our patrons access to the LinkedIn Learning for Library (with Lynda.com content) instructional video service! Cardholders living in Johnson County can access any of the thousands of online courses in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, web design, business, marketing and much more at no cost.

Get started with LINKEDIN LEARNING now

An easy and effective way to grow your skills in areas like:

Web Design
Business & Marketing
Graphic Design
Computer Programming
Photography
Video

Whether you're starting from scratch, need a refresher or just a quick how-to on a specific function, you'll find your answers for popular software including:

Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook)
Adobe Creative Suite (including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign)
Dreamweaver
Google Apps
iMovie
Final Cut Pro
GarageBand

All you need to start learning with is your library card number and PIN (your default PIN is the last four digits of your card number). 

Don't have a library card? Fill out our online form and have your card mailed to you. LinkedIn Learning for Library is only accessible to patrons living in the Johnson County Public Library district. Can't find your card? Contact any JCPL branch