Access to Lynda.com Online Courses
Updated April 2, 2018
As a student, staff, or faculty member at University of Toronto, you now have access to Lynda.com, an online learning resource with high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized experts. Using your UTORid to log in, you may choose from more than 1,400 online self-paced courses that cover a wide range of topics, including business, IT, software, and design. The Lynda.com is available to any current student or employee at the university.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I access Lynda.com?
Direct access is available via University of Toronto Web Login to Lynda.com
How can I get the most from Lynda.com?
To learn how to get the most of Lynda.com resources, take a few minutes to review Getting Started with Lynda.com.
What are some features of Lynda.com?
Unlimited access to courses on a wide variety of technologies and disciplines
Up-to-date content to keep skills current and to learn new skills
Materials developed by recognized industry experts
Access to exercises and activities to follow along as you learn
Closed captioning and searchable, time coded transcripts
Beginner to advanced level courses
The option to watch complete courses or individual videos as you need them
Mobile app access
What are some example subjects I can learn on Lynda.com?
There are over 1,400 video tutorials available through lynda.com. Here are some examples:
- Twitter for Business
- Social Media Marketing with Facebook and Twitter
- Vimeo Essential Training
- WordPress Essential Training
- Outlook 2016: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks
- PowerPoint 2016 New Features
- OneNote 2016
- Word 2016 Mail Merge in Depth
- Building Templates in Word
- Excel 2016: Pivot Tables in Depth
- Time Management Fundamentals
- Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 11
- Windows 10 Tips and Tricks
Where can I get support?
For support in use of this resource please visit the Lynda.com Help Site
eCampusOntario negotiated access to all Lynda.com content for students, faculty, and staff at all publicly-funded Ontario Universities and Colleges at no cost until September 21, 2020.