Learn new skills online 24/7 through your local library

Ever wanted to learn how to design a website or use Photoshop? Perhaps you need to improve your Excel capabilities or develop your business skills?

Queensland residents now have free access to more than 3,000 top-quality courses and 136,000 video tutorials for learning the latest commercial software, creative and business skills throughlynda.com, a web based video service.

Lynda.com is available through your SLQ or Queensland public library membership.

"Connecting people with resources to support their life-long learning is one of the benefits State Library of Queensland seeks to provide to Queenslanders," said Janette Wright, State Librarian.

“Lynda.com is a valuable addition to the existing courses and resources that public libraries offer onsite and online, allowing public libraries to expand what we offer to meet the changing needs of Queensland communities.

“We are excited to provide library members with access to online classes from industry professionals, for free and on their own schedules.”

Library members of SLQ and over 300 public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres now have 24/7 unlimited online access to thousands of online courses covering business management, leadership, marketing, multimedia, design, web development and more. Members can also learn job search skills such as resume writing and interviewing.

Courses and tutorials can be accessed from any compatible desktop or portable device via members’ public library online catalogue.

Unlimited access to courses on hundreds of relevant topics makes lynda.com a valuable addition to the 21st century library.

For more information visitSLQ onlineor your localpublic librarywebsite and login using your current library membership.


Media enquiries:
Malia Naupoto, SLQ Communications
07 3842 9847 |malia.naupoto@slq.qld.gov.au