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Columbia University offers faculty, staff and students access to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com). Lynda.com is an online service that provides video-based tutorials and resources on almost any web and software technology you might want to explore.

LinkedIn Learning is an online training resource that features videos on business skills, IT skills, and desktop skills. The Columbia Community Subscription gives faculty and staff unrestricted access to an extensive library of high quality, up-to-date, engaging video tutorials taught by recognized industry experts.

URL: https://linkedin.com/learning/

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To access LinkedIn, go to Sign In and select Sign in with your organizational account. Enter your Columbia email address (UNI@columbia.edu) and you will be redirected to the UNI authentication page. If you're signed in with your personal LinkedIn account, sign out first.

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