Browser access

Tips for accessing LinkedIn Learning (previously Lynda.com):

  • Your LinkedIn account and your LinkedIn Learning accounts are separate. You can connect them or keep them separate, it's up to you.
  • If you don't connect your accounts, you will need to log in to your LinkedIn Learning account by selecting the 'Sign in with your organization account' option. Log in with your RMIT login and password.
  • If you connect your accounts accidentally or if you change your mind, email catalogue.library@rmit.edu.au for help.

Mobile app access

  1. Look for LinkedIn Learning: Online Courses to Learn Skills app on your Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
  2. Install and then open the app.
  3. Log in using your RMIT student/staff number and password.
Screenshot of a LinkedIn login page with the 'sign in with your organization account' option highlighted.

About LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is an online training library focused on business and information technology skills and software. The courses are in a streaming video format. Videos use screenshots, narration, live action, smart boards, charts and graphics, audio and include captioning.

Unlike the basic how-to videos, LinkedIn Learning offers quality, in-depth courses made by experts in the following areas:

  • 3D
  • Audio
  • Business including Office and Google software
  • Design
  • Developer
  • Photography and video
  • Web and social media

There are over 1400 courses and 82,000 videos, and new material is added every week. Courses are presented in small chunks, so it’s easy to find quick answers to specific questions.

The course content of LinkedIn Learning is the same as it was on Lynda.com but the LinkedIn platform offers different features.

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