linkedin learning with content is now LinkedIn Learning. With LinkedIn Learning, you receive more personalized recommendations for content, suggesting courses and learning paths that are more closely aligned with your career goals and educational interests.

LinkedIn Learning has more than 6,600 courses, ranging from computer programming to project management including instruction on various computer software, programming languages, and business topics. Learning paths are step-by-step structured courses, supported with quizzes, practice, and learning reminders to encourage you and support you as you make progress towards your goal. Examples of learning paths include how to become a web developer, manager, bookkeeper, project manager, small business owner, digital marketer, or digital illustrator.

With a public library card, you can access free training in:
• 3D
• Animation
• Audio
• Business
• Creative Inspirations
• Design
• Developer
• Home Computing
• Photography
• Video
• Web & Interactive
• And more!

A LinkedIn account is not required to use LinkedIn Learning for Library. In fact, the library version will not store your name, your email address, or any other personally identifiable information about you. All activity is tied to your library card number.

How to use the new LinkedIn Learning for Libraries

1. Willoughby-Eastlake library has a new LinkedIn Learning for Library link here
2. When you go to LinkedIn Learning for Library, you will enter your library card number and PIN. Much of your history (i.e. certificates earned) should transfer over for patrons who previously used
3. Your library card is the only connection to your LinkedIn Learning activity. If you lose your card, you can get another, but your LinkedIn Learning history will be lost. Protect yourself by downloading your completed certificates when you earn them.

(If you are using the LinkedIn Learning app or general site instead of the direct link from our website, you may be prompted to “Enter your Library ID”. For Willoughby-Eastlake Library patrons, the ID is oh0242 )

If you have additional questions, please contact the reference desk at one of our four WEPL libraries.