by Emmanuel Quartey
Yalies now have free access to Lynda.com, the popular online learning platform where you can get video instruction in an insanely broad range of software and computer skills, including Photoshop, HTML/CSS and Apple programs like Final Cut Pro. This is the email announcing the subscription from John Eberhart, Director of Digital Media at the School of Architecture.
The University just purchased a campus wide subscription to Lynda.com.
Lynda.com is a software tutorial website that covers many of the 2D, 3D, web, and graphics applications we have at the school. To access Lynda.com, type in the following web address in a web browser: Iplogin.lynda.com
Register for an account using your Yale e-mail address. (You have to use your Yale email account, otherwise you will not get the full free access).
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