Grand County Library District offers lynda.com learning
February 17, 2015
Thanks to a generous grant from the Colorado State Library, Grand County Library District has formed a partnership with lynda.com. This online resource provides free access for library customers to award-winning courses in business, leadership, technology, social media and even creative skills.
The lynda.com collection consists of more than 3,000 courses and 150,000 high-quality, current and engaging video tutorials taught by industry experts.
If you need to learn HTML, or you want to become an Excel power user, take better digital photographs, or find some tips to make the most of your iPad, try a lynda.com course or video. All the instructors are respected professionals in their field. The information is presented in small chunks, so it is easy to find a quick answer to a specific question.
Users can also choose to watch an entire course from beginning to end. New courses are constantly added to keep offerings up-to-date with the fast-changing pace of technology. For instance, you may want some help in using your new advanced GoPro camera. Easy, lynda.com has 6 GoPro classes organized into chapters to help you develop your skills from start to finish. Get started with a class from any computer with an internet connection.
Go to http://www.gcld.org/lynda and access lynda.com by creating a login using your 14-digit Grand County Library District library card barcode. The lynda.com website will guide you through the process and help you explore.
For more information, stop by any branch of Grand County Library District.