Online Workshops via Lynda.com from the MLS

Free to library staff at Massachusetts Library System member libraries.
To see all the available workshops & system requirements, click on this link: http://www.lynda.com

We are very pleased with the overwhelming response to Lynda.com and amazed at how quickly sessions are been filling up. Please be patient with us as we examine how to better deploy Lynda.com to better serve your needs.


The course list includes, but is not limited to:
Blogging
eBay
Google
Podcasting
Twitter
QuickBooks
Quicken
Office 2007
Office 2010
Adobe Acrobat
Dreamweaver
Photoshop
Microsoft Access
Excel
PowerPoint
Publisher
Word
Windows 7
Apple OS X
FileMaker
GarageBand
iTunes
iMovie
iPhoto
Keynote
iPad SDK
iPhone SDK
CSS
Drupal
HTML
Javascript
Joomla
PHP
Ruby
WordPress
XML

REGISTER ONLINE >>here<<

Please Note:

  • Lynda.com workshops are videos.  Each workshop lesson is a 5 to 20
    minute long video.  You can easily skip or repeat lessons by using the index for each class.
  • You must have a current version of  QuickTime or Windows Media Player installed on your computer.  System Requirements can be found online HERE.
  • To use the MLS account, free-of-charge, you must be a current staff member at a MLS member library.
  • A registered user has access to all the training resources available on Lynda.com during the two-week access period.
  • MLS is offering two enrollment sessions each month.
  • Each session lasts two weeks and is limited to 15 simultaneous users per session.
  • Registration opens one week prior to the access start date.
  • Lynda.com access begins on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
  • Please limit yourself to one two-week session every three months.
  • You will receive an email with login instructions on the 1st day of your access period.
  • If you do not receive your login instructions by 4:00 PM of the 1st access day please contact the MLS office; 866-627-7228 or info@masslibsystem.org
  • Online Registration is via the MLS EventKeeper calendar (see link above).