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Lynda.com is now LinkedIn Learning! Get access to self-paced, online instructional videos taught by industry-leading business and technology experts, free with your Brampton Library card. Click here to register for a library card.

How to Access

LinkedIn Learning can be accessed from any computer or mobile device through a web browser, or through the apps for iOS and Android. 

Create your LinkedIn Learning account on a computer:

  • Visit LinkedIn Learning in your web browser.
  • On the ‘Your Library Invites You to LinkedIn Learning’ page, click Get Started.
  • Type in your Library card number and PIN, then click Continue.
  • To help customize your learning experience, LinkedIn Learning will ask you to select topics of interest. Click Sounds Good. You’ll need to select at least one topic before you can click Continue.
  • The last few steps are optional, and give you the opportunity to set a weekly goal and save courses for later based on your topics of interest. 

Create your LinkedIn Learning account on a smartphone or tablet:

  • Download the LinkedIn Learning app for iOS (App Store) or Android (Google Play). Once the download is complete, open the app on your device. 
  • Tap ‘Sign in’, then tap ‘Sign in with your library card’.
  • Enter your Library ID (all lowercase): bramlib
  • Type in your Library Card number and PIN, then tap ‘Continue’.
  • To help customize your learning experience, LinkedIn Learning will ask you to select topics of interest. Click Sounds Good. You’ll need to select at least one topic before you can click Continue.
  • The last few steps are optional, and give you the opportunity to set a weekly goal and save courses for later based on your topics of interest. 

You’re all set! Start searching for skills you want to learn, or browsing topics and learning paths. Check-in on your account at any time and change language preferences using the toolbar to the upper left on your screen.

Help & Support

For further assistance, Contact Us or submit a ticket with LinkedIn Learning Support 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why did Lynda.com upgrade to LinkedIn Learning?

LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com several years ago, and recently rolled out the updated LinkedIn Learning platform to public libraries. With a modern and intuitive interface, LinkedIn Learning is designed to make it easier for you to find relevant course content and includes features such as personalized course recommendations based on your selected interests.

Is the content on LinkedIn Learning different from Lynda.com?

You will continue to have access to the same high-quality, expert-led courses content available through Lynda.com, with extended access to all LinkedIn Learning content. What does this mean? Instead of 7,000 courses, you will now have access to 16,000+ courses once the upgrade is complete! LinkedIn Learning adds new courses weekly, and courses are available in English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Mandarin, and Portuguese. 

What happens if I lose my library card? Or need to get a new library card?

Your LinkedIn Learning account is tied to your library card number. If you lose your library card and get a new library card, your previous learning history won’t be available under the new library card number and PIN. We apologize for any inconvenience. At this time, LinkedIn is aware of this issue, and is working towards a solution.

Is a LinkedIn profile required to use LinkedIn Learning?

No. All you need to use LinkedIn Learning is your Brampton library card number and PIN.

Can I connect my LinkedIn profile to my LinkedIn Learning account?

No. The library version of LinkedIn Learning can’t connect with your personal LinkedIn account. 

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