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Lynda.com at Pratt Institute Libraries  

A guide to registering for and using Lynda.com through the Pratt Institute Libraries
Last Updated: Apr 9, 2016 URL: http://libguides.pratt.edu/lynda Print Guide RSS Updates

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Step 1: Get your account

You must have an active OneKey in order to sign up for a Lynda.com account. You'll need to sign in from this link when creating an account:

https://wwwlyndacom.ezproxy.pratt.edu/login/login.aspx

To create a new account, click on the link on the right called "create a profile."

Next, enter your name as it appears on your Pratt ID card. You must sign up with an active pratt.edu email address.

Note: if you currently have a Lynda.com account or you previously had a Lynda.com account, you do not need to create a new account. You can use the same credentials of your current or past account after signing in with your OneKey. At this page, just choose Sign in to Your Account rather than Create Profile.

 

Step 2: Log in

Once you've created your account through the Pratt link in step 1, you'll be able to sign in directly at Lynda.com. Inactive accounts may be purged at the end of the semester. If this happens, just sign up with the link in step 1 to reactivate your account.

For any questions regarding your Lynda.com account, please contact the libraries at libref@pratt.edu.

 

Off-campus access

Lynda.com is available for off-campus access. When first signing up, users must go through the link on the right. Once your account is created, you can sign in  directly at Lynda.com.

 

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What does Lynda.com offer?

This brief video introduces Lynda.com and shows how it can be used in the classroom.

View a list of topics covered in Lynda.com videos (Excel spreadsheet).

Check out the Learning Matrix Center to see what's available and track courses you've taken.

Learn about using Lynda.com on mobile devices. This video will give you a quick intro.

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