JACKSON, Wyo. — There’s no time like the present (literally) to learn a new skill, and Teton County Library is glad to announce it is once again offering access to thousands of online classes via the library website and Lynda.com at tclib.org/lynda.
Teton County Library cardholders can take an unlimited number of the classes, taught by expert instructors, at any time of day.
The class offerings include technology (coding, web and software development), marketing and business (Excel spreadsheets, anyone?), design and photography, even music lessons and audio production.
In order to take the classes for free, you must access them through the Teton County Library Website (tclib.org/lynda), not the Lynda.com website. If you need a library card, call the library at (307) 201-3419 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last fall, LinkedIn purchased Lynda.com and initially required users of Lynda.com to create a LinkedIn profile — a policy that directly violated the library’s core value of protecting patron policy. However, LinkedIn recently changed its terms of service, and once again users of Lynda.com can access the site with only a library card number and pin to login.
The library also has plenty of other digital resources to keep you occupied in quarantine, from e-books to video streaming, which can be found HERE.