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Lynda.com: online library for students

California State University, Stanislaus students now have access to an online library called lynda.com.
The website serves as an online video-training library with over  2,000 books and 1,400 software, career development and technology training titles.
Students can access the library from any mobile device through their My CSUSTAN logins.
Lynda Weinman is the cofounder and executive chair of the online education company.
Weinman and her husband and co-founder Bruce Heavin have worked hard to create  growth and success within the company.
According to lynda.com there are many benefits to subscribing.
“New courses are weekly; We add new courses every week to keep your skills up to date with the fast-changing pace of technology.”
Additionally, students can use lynda.com to take tutorials to help with coursework, build tech skills as well as learn techniques for projects.
“It could benefit students by them being able to view books online instead of having to look for the book at the library and having to check it out,” said Gabbie Khasha, a freshman, Business major at CSU Stanislaus.
A key benefit of lynda.com is having the convenience of learning on the go.lynda.com offers a mobile site that features streaming videos and history syncs across the different devices.
“There is unlimited access online and there are lots of tutorials of what you are looking for. You can be anywhere and be able to pull it up with your smartphone.” Kasha said
“You are able to search anything up and able to ask any questions,”
CSU Stanislaus offers the program to all enrolled students at no cost. This is a program that will cost anyone else a monthly fee between $25-$37.50 or a yearly cost between $20.83-$37.50.
lynda.com can be accessed from csustan.edu and click on the lynda.com link. Your student user ID and password are required to access lynda.com.

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