Lynda.com is one of the best things to have ever happened for online learning. With a single account, you get access to thousands of helpful courses across hundreds of topics, including photography, digital art, and graphic design.
The only downside to Lynda.com is that it costs anywhere from $20 per month to $35 per month depending on which plan you take. That’s far cheaper than a formal education, of course, but it’s still a steep price to pay.
The potentially good news is that you may be able to access all of Lynda.com for free. All you have to do is visit one of your local libraries and see if they provide free Lynda.com access to members (library membership is free).
If so, you can access Lynda.com from anywhere using the library’s own web portal, so you won’t even have to physically be in the library building. The only catch is that there may be a limit to how many simultaneous users are allowed through your library.
If your local libraries don’t provide Lynda.com access, you can try requesting it, which may spur them towards it.
How often do you use your local library? Which courses on Lynda.com interest you the most? Let us know below!