lynda.com pilot starts w/c 16th September

We are about to start our lynda.com pilot on the Edinburgh campuslynda_logo1y-d_72x72

lynda.com is an online subscription library that teaches the latest software tools and skills through high-quality instructional videos taught by recognised industry experts.

Students and staff can access the entire lynda.com library of instructional videos from a designated kiosk (PC) in the Edinburgh campus library.

lynda.com kiosk provides: –

  • over 2,000 courses on a wide variety of technology and disciplines
  • short, concise videos that you can search or browse through
  • new courses throughout the year
  • training at beginner to advanced levels
  • anonymous access – no login credentials required

Visit lynda.com for a preview of the service – and come along and try it out in the library.

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5 Comments

  1. Fred Riley

     /  23 September 2013

    Is this a dropin kiosk or do we need to book in advance? Is there a PC to work on whilst the tutorial video is running?

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  2. It is a dropin – no need to book (we may revise this policy depending on how popular the facility is). There is no PC to work on – but you can bring a laptop as there is wifi in the area. You need a headset – you can borrow one from the Customer Service Desk if necessary. Let me know how you get on if you try it. Best wishes. Moira Stephen, Liaison Services Manager

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  3. Fred Riley

     /  23 September 2013

    Thanks, Moira, I’ll pop in tomorrow 🙂

    Reply
  4. Phillip

     /  11 June 2014

    Hi
    is there a course on ActionScript in Lynda?

    Reply

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