UCLA license for Lynda.com ended 6/30
The UCLA-wide license for Lynda.com online training ended on 6/30/18 and is not being renewed by OIT.
For information on how you and your students can still get free access to Lynda.com resources, see our support page on public-library access to Lynda.com for guidance.
For more information on how to get this set up, contact us!
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Learning Lab @ Rolfe
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