On Demand Technology Training
UIS provides lynda.com online training for the entire campus community for their on-demand learning needs.
lynda.com Training Tutorials
Information Technology Services is expanding and enhancing its computer training workshops program by licensing the entire library of the lynda.com online training tutorials, campus-wide, on a yearly basis. Access is available today to all UIS students, faculty and staff and titles are broken down into manageable segments to accommodate busy schedules. These video based tutorials are taught by industry experts and available 24/7 for convenient, self-paced learning.
What is lynda.com?
lynda.com offers over a thousand video tutorials on leading software topics including Adobe products, Apple products, Microsoft products, Drupal, video editing, audio editing, operating systems and much more. Many titles are 7 or 8 hours of detailed information broken down into easy to manage 5 – 15 minute segments. You can always come back in at a later date to pick up where you left off. These video based tutorials are taught by industry experts and available 24/7 for convenient, self-paced learning.
How do I access the tutorials?
Click the login link below and you will be directed to the lynda.com landing page for UIS. You will be asked to enter your UIS NetID and password before you reach the lynda.com site. Once you log in, click on any tutorial to get started. If you are using a public computer remember to logout of the lynda.com Web site once you are finished.
You can also access lynda.com on your mobile device. Simply browse your device’s app store and install the free lynda.com app. When you launch the app, you will need to log in via the ‘web portal access’. The URL is http://go.uis.edu/lynda. Log in with your NetID and password – and enjoy lynda.com on the go!
Also, please note that you cannot log into lynda.com direclty from the lynda.com website. You need to enter your credentials through our login page at go.uis.edu/lynda.
What do you think?
After viewing various tutorials, please take a moment to provide your feedback so that we can effectively assess the value of this service. We need to know if these tutorials are helping and what we can do to make the service better. Also let us know of any additional titles you would like to see that are not currently offered by lynda.com. Please direct your comments (good or bad) to ITSTraining@uis.edu.
Have more questions?
Visit the FAQ page for answers to all your questions.