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LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform with video tutorials to learn creative skills, business, technology, software, and more to learn, explore new things, and reach your goals.

These courses are delivered by expert instructors and feature searchable transcripts that make it easy to find quick answers to questions. They also feature Certificates of Completion that can be uploaded to a LinkedIn profile.

As a FPPL library cardholder you can access LinkedIn Learning content from any computer or device with an internet connection simply by entering your FPPL library card barcode and PIN.

Please note that you will access course content through our LinkedIn Learning login page, linked here. Please bookmark accordingly. Alternatively, patrons can get access through the LinkedIn Learning website directly by selecting “Sign in with your library card” at the Sign In, then typing in fppl in all lowercase. You will reach the FPPL LinkedIn Learning login page that way, too.

LinkedIn Learning offers mobile apps for iOS and Android phones and tablets. The Learning apps can be downloaded from your device’s app store.

After launching the app tap Sign in, then tap Sign in with your library card on the next screen. When asked for your Library ID, Enter fppl in all lowercase and tap continue. Enter your library card and PIN on the next screen then tap continue to start learning.

 

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