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This summer, will merge into its parent company LinkedIn to become LinkedIn Learning.
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If you already have a LinkedIn account...
When you go to LinkedIn Learning for Libraries, you will log into your LinkedIn account, then enter your library card number and PIN.
If you don't have a LinkedIn account...
You will need to create one. After completing LinkedIn's introductory set-up, you can use your library card and PIN to access LinkedIn Learning.

We are pleased to offer our cardholders access to’s library of instructional videos. Normally, using requires a paid subscription, but as a McKinley Memorial Library cardholder you can access content from any computer with an internet connection simply by entering your library card number and PIN. After creating a account (which only requires your name and e-mail address), you can watch videos, create playlists, bookmark pages, and obtain Certificates of Completion (that can be uploaded to your LinkedIn profile). Many courses also feature exercise files, so that if you're watching a tutorial about Microsoft Excel you can follow the activity with downloadable, pre-populated Excel spreadsheet files.

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Please note that you can only access course content through the McKinley Memorial Library login page, and not by directly visiting the homepage. 

Need a library card?
Apply online now for a virtual library card by clicking HERE, or find more information about applying for a card at the library by clicking HERE

What is

Now owned by LinkedIn, has been the leading provider of online learning content for 20 years. has more than 12,000 courses, ranging from computer programming to project management including instruction on various computer software, programming languages, and business topics. The video courses are taught by industry experts and are designed for any skill level.

Courses include:

  • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.)
  • Adobe Create Suites (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, etc.)
  • Latest versions of popular operating systems such as Windows 10, iOS, Android, Linux
  • Coding and markup languages such as C, Java, Python, Ruby, MySQL, HTML, CSS and PHP
  • Business skills, communication, marketing and leadership
  • Data analysis, cloud computing, server management
  • Creative arts including photography, video editing 3D animation, and more also offers more than 50 different learning paths to help users stay ahead in their current job or change careers. Examples of learning paths include how to become a web developer, IT security specialist, project manager, or small business owner.

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