What’s New: LinkedIn Learning for Library

What’s New: LinkedIn Learning for Library

The Clermont County Public Library is always adding new and accessible ways of enriching the lives of our guests. One of the many services offered through our website is LinkedIn Learning for Library. This service is an all-online database that allows users to watch videos, take trainings, and complete courses related to technology, professional skills, and creative tools.

LinkedIn Learning for Library

All courses are created by industry professionals from around the world. Through LinkedIn Learning for Library, the possibilities for professional and personal development are endless:

  • Learn new skills
  • Develop skills you already have
  • Become certified in professional computer programs
  • Become proficient in updated versions of programs you already use
  • Create personalized collections for your unique interests

The best part? It’s free to use with your library card!

Locate LinkedIn Learning for Library

Here’s what to do:

Visit clermontlibrary.org to locate the LinkedIn Learning for Library tab, or follow this link directly.

When prompted on the login page, enter your barcode number as it appears on the back of your library card and your PIN.

Available courses

Once you are signed up, you can use LinkedIn Learning for Library’s search tool to look up videos and full courses on any subject of your choice. Some courses featured on the website include:

  • Microsoft Excel
  • Photoshop
  • Presentation Skills/Public Speaking
  • Software Development
  • Small Business Entrepreneurship

All you need to get started is your library card barcode number and a PIN. If you do not have a PIN or need to reset yours, the staff at your local library branch can help set one up for you.

The Library is happy to offer services like this for our guests. As always, our staff are available to help if you need assistance.

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Jordan Williams is a Library Assistant Specialist for the Clermont County Public Library system. She has a Master of Arts degree in English: Rhetoric & Composition, and she runs a horror film and book blog in her free time. Her favorite part of working in a library is having access to a large collection of materials and helping others find something they will enjoy.

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