All Lynda.com Videos Are Free During the Week of Learning

I often write posts here about Lynda.com video courses that I think will be of interest to CreativePro readers. I embed a few videos from the course, one of which is free for anyone to view, the rest require a subscription. But this week, I have something very different—and very exciting—to share. Drumroll, please…

From October 24–30, all Lynda.com videos will be free! This incredible event is called the Week of Learning, and to take advantage of it, you just need a LinkedIn account. (LinkedIn purchased Lynda.com in the spring of 2015).

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Normally, only LinkedIn Premium members have access to the full LinkedIn Learning/Lynda video library, which you can get to from the LinkedIn homepage by clicking Go to Learning.

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Then just search or browse what you want to learn.

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The entire Lynda/LinkedIn Learning video library includes over 4000 courses, with over 130,000 videos! You can learn just about anything, from After Effects to Z-Brush. Outside the design and publishing realm, there are tons of courses on business, photography, software development, and more.

And there are dozens of great courses by CreativePro authors, including Deke McClelland, Justin Seeley, David Blatner, Anne-Marie Concepcion, Nigel French, Chad Chelius, and Steve Caplin, just to name a few.

Here are a few  favorites among the courses I’ve done:

InDesign FX

Inkscape Essential Training

Up and Running With Astute Graphics for Illustrator

Adobe Certified Associate Prep: Illustrator

Enjoy the Week of Learning!

 

 

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Posted on: October 21, 2016

Mike Rankin

Mike is the Editor in Chief of InDesignSecrets.com, InDesign Magazine, and CreativePro.com. He is also the author of several lynda.com video training series, including Font Management Essential Training, InDesign FX, and InDesign CC: Interactive Document Fundamentals.

2 Comments on All Lynda.com Videos Are Free During the Week of Learning

  1. I can’t login with my LinkedIn password. So it does’t work?

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