With your library card you can now access lynda.com, an online education service with an astounding collection of 3,500+ courses that includes more than 144,000 top-quality video tutorials taught by experts.
Grow your professional skill-set with lynda.com! All lynda.com video tutorials are free with your library card and available 24/7. You can even earn certificates of completion to upload to your LinkedIn profile.
Use your library card to log on to Lynda.com.
LYNDA.com is the newest addition to a collection pilot-funded by the Friends of The London Public Library, an organization that has contributed to London Public Library's collections and programs for many years.
Lynda.com is a free online education service that is noted for its exceptional instructional videos. Lynda.com's library contains 3,500+ courses and more than 144,000 fascinating, high quality video tutorials.
To login to lynda.com go to https://www.lynda.com/portal/patron?org=londonpubliclibrary.ca. If you don't have a library card, please visit our self-registration page to set up an eAccount. Once you have logged into lynda.com with your library barcode, you will then need to set up a profile which requires your name and e-mail address. You will also need to set up a 6 character password that contains a letter and a number.
Courses cover a wide range of topics including:
Included with courses are exercise files. You can also choose your own Learning Path to focus on a particular career skillset.
Lynda.com is available 24/7 on any computer or mobile device using a web browser.
A great resource to start with is Lynda.com's Troubleshooting Guide.
Contact us by calling 519-661-4600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have forgotten your password please contact Lynda.com's Customer Service team at either email email@example.com or call 888-335-9632 and select for Individual. Please note the reset password link will not work.
Also, see below for more information about our Book a Librarian service.
The Book a Librarian service offers personal, one-on-one help with London Public Library's databases, online resources and print collections.