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Use the [https://learning.linkedin.com/cx/upgrading-from-lynda-to-linkedin-learning/getting-started#getstarted Get Started page] to see how to activate your account.
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To activate your account, go to linkedIn.com/Learning and Sign in.
  
 
It is recommended that you connect your new LinkedIn Learning account to your existing LinkedIn account.  If you do not have a LinkedIn account, you will be prompted to create one.   
 
It is recommended that you connect your new LinkedIn Learning account to your existing LinkedIn account.  If you do not have a LinkedIn account, you will be prompted to create one.   
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If you prefer not to connect the two accounts you can create a separate Learning account during activation.   
 
If you prefer not to connect the two accounts you can create a separate Learning account during activation.   
  
Have questions? [https://learning.linkedin.com/en-us/cx/upgrading-from-lynda-to-linkedin-learning/faqs Check out the FAQ page].
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== FAQ ==
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* '''Why do I have to login with my LinkedIn credentials every time?'''
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If you connected your LinkedIn account with your LinkedIn Learning account, you will be prompted to login using your LinkedIn credentials.  This is to protect member privacy, so that no personal profile information is shared with your WSU LinkedIn Learning account.  Note that your browser cache may keep the credentials for you so that you may not have to re-authenticate each time. 
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* '''Why do I have to re-authenticate?'''
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If you have not used LinkedIn Learning for more than 30 days, your browser cookie my have refreshed and you will need to re-authenticate.  Another reason may be that you are using a different browser or computer.
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Have more questions? [https://learning.linkedin.com/en-us/cx/upgrading-from-lynda-to-linkedin-learning/faqs Check out the LinkedIn Learning FAQ page].
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== More Information  ==
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* [https://learn.winona.edu/LinkedIn_Learning LinkedIn Learning]

Revision as of 08:44, 10 July 2019


Lynda.com has been upgraded to LinkedIn Learning

We have exciting news, your Lynda.com account is in the process of upgrading to LinkedIn Learning. Unfortunately, you'll have to take a small break from using Lynda.com or LinkedIn Learning, as the migration to LinkedIn Learning takes place on July 9th.

After the migration, your Lynda.com account will no longer be accessible. But don’t worry, all your learning activity and history will be seamlessly transferred to LinkedIn Learning.

On 7/9/19 you will receive an email to activate your LinkedIn Learning account. Note: This activation email will not work until 7/10/19

Want to get a sneak peek of what LinkedIn Learning will look like? check this page out.

Want to see why LinkedIn Learning is an upgrade from Lynda.com? check this page out.

Launch Day - July 10, 2019

To activate your account, go to linkedIn.com/Learning and Sign in.

It is recommended that you connect your new LinkedIn Learning account to your existing LinkedIn account. If you do not have a LinkedIn account, you will be prompted to create one.

Here are the key benefits of connecting your LinkedIn Learning account and your LinkedIn account.

If you prefer not to connect the two accounts you can create a separate Learning account during activation.


FAQ

  • Why do I have to login with my LinkedIn credentials every time?

If you connected your LinkedIn account with your LinkedIn Learning account, you will be prompted to login using your LinkedIn credentials. This is to protect member privacy, so that no personal profile information is shared with your WSU LinkedIn Learning account. Note that your browser cache may keep the credentials for you so that you may not have to re-authenticate each time.

  • Why do I have to re-authenticate?

If you have not used LinkedIn Learning for more than 30 days, your browser cookie my have refreshed and you will need to re-authenticate. Another reason may be that you are using a different browser or computer.

Have more questions? Check out the LinkedIn Learning FAQ page.

More Information