Despite the new name, the same great content is available in 7 languages, delivered through an intuitive, new learning experience that only requires your library card number and PIN to log in.
LinkedIn Learning for Libraries is a high quality online elearning subscription service offering free access to over 16,000 courses and 136,000 video tutorials from industry experts in topics including web design, software development, photography, business skills, leadership, project management, 3D and animation, graphic design, music, video editing and more. Experts create and deliver all courses as well as provide supplemental materials like exercise files and relevant work samples.
Albury Library members have free access to LinkedIn Learning, both onsite at the Library or offsite from your home, office, or mobile device.
Become an Albury Libraries Member
Membership is Free!
Everyone who accesses LinkedIn Learning for Libraries will create a personal account (a profile) in LinkedIn Learning. This lets you track your progress, create playlists, take tests, and earn certificates.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Free training courses may be accessed only by using our LinkedIn Learning for Libraries login; not by directly visiting the LinkedIn Learning for Libraries homepage.
Follow the step-by-step instructions below to obtain and set up the app. You will only need to follow this process the first time you use the app then you will remain logged into your LinkedIn Learning account.
Make the most out of your LinkedIn Learning for Libraries membership. Read the How to use LinkedIn Learning tutorial to learn how to quickly find the training and tools you need to create your own personalized learning path.
Find out about the types of videos on offer at LinkedIn Learning for Libraries, including in-depth software training, first looks at up-and-coming technology trends, courses to help you develop critical business skills, techniques for creative pros, and inspirational documentaries. Then get a demo of special library features such as bookmarks, playlists, notes, transcripts, certificates of completion, and FAQs, and learn where to turn for help when you need it. Plus, find out how to access LinkedIn Learning for Libraries on the go, using our mobile apps and offline viewing capabilities. Topics include:
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