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January 11, 2015


What is is one of the most famous online platforms that provide learning and training resources and materials. Most of their materials come with in the form of videos delivered by top professionals in their fields with various handy control features. courses cover a wide range of options

Lynda’s Courses courses cover a wide range of options, including but not limited to education, music, business, photography, web, and so on. Each course can be viewed and learned at your own pace, with no homework or requirements! Just watch and learn.



Some of their interesting courses include (click on an image to go to the course) :

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…and more than 10,000 others! If you’re into blogging design and development (theme design and so on), Morten Rand-Hendriksen is the guy. If you’re looking for iOS programming courses, look for courses offered by Simon Allardice.


Access to

To gain access to these videos, one would need to pay $25 per month, but the cool part is: as HCT members we have FULL access to all of Lynda’s courses and resources, whether we are on campus or off campus. To login off campus, follow this video:

Using this membership, you can login to lynda’s website or iPad app (download here). You can also keep track of all of your courses on the dashboard. You can enable subtitles and view a video’s transcript. You can also click on any line in a transcript to go to that part of the video.'s website’s website's iPad app’s iPad app


Enjoy learning!


January 11, 2015
Professional Development, Technology
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Sebah Al-Ali

An ESL lecturer whose experience in programming and web development has made her passionate about integrating technology in her classes. She’s mainly interested in how technology can be efficiently utilized to facilitate active learning, develop interactive curriculum, and train teachers.

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