Formerly known as Lynda.com, the new LinkedIn Learning is available on your computer, or on your tablet or smart phone as the LinkedIn Learning app.
If you are logging in online, you will only need your library card number and PIN. From there, the website and the app will track which courses you start so you can easily jump right back in. Unfortunately, if you were taking courses through Lynda.com, those will not transfer over.
If you need more help with LinkedIn Learning, please visit the Help Page.
Visit the Learning Express Library for access to:
All tutorials, books, and test prep are available on your computer any time.
You will need to create a free account with your email address and password to begin and track your progress.
The Learning Express Library is provided by the Michigan eLibrary (MeL) and so is available anywhere in the state.
The Herrick District Library offers access to CreativeBug classes online and through the CreativeBug app.
If you need more help with CreativeBug, please visit the Help Page.
The Herrick District Library offers free language learning through Mango Languages.
If you need more help with Mango Languages, please visit the Help Page.
This online hub for digital literacy and training is a collection of self-directed tutorials and classes that are between 6 and 22 minutes long. Classes cover beginner skills like using a computer, both Windows and Mac, navigating websites and searching the internet with easy-to-understand written and audio components. Classes are added regularly to this completely free website, so create your account and start learning today.
Prep for your driving permit test with this free resource. Several practice tests ranging from easy to hard are ready for you to work through at your own pace. Text and audio versions of the MI Driver’s Handbook are available for download. Commercial Driver’s License and motorcycle practice tests and handbooks are available too.
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