Lynda is a leading online learning company that has thousands of tutorials aimed at teaching business, software, technology and creative skills to allow its members to achieve personal and professional goals. Lynda's robust and vast library is able to meet the varied needs of the VCU community.
To login to Lynda, click the "Login" link on the top left of this page. This will re-direct you to the Central Authentication Service where you can login with your eID and password.
Please note that Lynda access at VCU is only available for VCU faculty, staff, and students. Hospital affiliates, alumni, and other non-employee affiliations do not have access to VCU's instance of lynda.com.
Go here to view the minimum computing requirements, recommended settings for accessing the full site.
You can access Lynda on your mobile device by downloading the mobile app and signing in with your VCU credentials. Additionally, you can download the Windows or OS app so that you can download and watch full Lynda courses on your Windows or Mac! Directions on how to download the lynda.com app for your device can be found by clicking here.
If you have issues signing in, please contact the VCU IT Support Center for assistance.
Instructors are able to...
• Find and load instructional videos from the lynda.com collection into their Blackboard course.
• Allows users to search and discover lynda.com courses through Blackboard.
• Provides easy access for students to view lynda.com content within Blackboard.
Please go here for more information on how to post lynda.com content to your Blackboard course.
Contact the VCU IT Support Center. They can assist you with troubleshooting your access issues to lynda.com at VCU.
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Lynda.com also has an extensive FAQ site which can be accessed by clicking here.
For all other support requests for using Lynda, please contact Lynda.com Customer Support.
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