We’re hosting a program that can teach you how to manage your time better and how to learn with lynda.com – one of the digital resources that you can use for free at the library.
The program will be 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 26, at our Lake Branch.
You can learn the Getting Things Done method, created by productivity expert David Allen. In addition to a bestselling book, Allen lays out his five-step method in a series of video tutorials on lynda.com.
Our librarian will introduce you to both the method and the tutorials during the program, which is free to attend and open to all. We only ask that you register beforehand. You can sign up online or call our Lake Branch at (440) 257-2512.
By the way, you now have free access to thousands of online educational courses with Lynda and your library card.
Wherever you work, whatever your hobby is — there’s a Lynda course that can make you better at it: from finance to film-making to photography, making mobile apps to music composition, from screenwriting to SEO to spreadsheets.
It also offers training for popular software and developer tools, including the Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, and several coding languages.
The educational videos range from quick introductions to deep dives into specialized topics.
And they’re all free to watch with your library card. All you need is your card number and PIN to create a Lynda profile. Once you’ve done that, you can immediately browse the more than tens of thousands of educational videos waiting for you. And Lynda’s collection is constantly updated so you can stay ahead of the curve in your chosen field.