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18 East 22nd St.
Kearney, Nebraska 68847
Ph: (308) 233-3215
Say hello to Lynda!

With your library card you can now access, an online education service with an astounding collection of 5,000+ courses that includes more than 200,000 top-quality video tutorials taught by experts.

Grow your professional skill-set with! All video tutorials are free with your library card and available 24/7. You can even earn certificates of completion to upload to your LinkedIn profile.

Use your library card number when not in the Library to log on to

Start learning now!

What skill do you want to learn today?

1.  What is is a free online education service that is noted for its exceptional instructional videos.’s library contains 5,000+ courses and more than 200,000 fascinating, high quality video tutorials.

2.  How do I get started?
To login to go to"" If you’re not in the Library, you’ll be prompted to enter your library card number. If you don’t have a library card, please visit our Apply for a Library Card page. Once you are at the login page, you will need to set up a profile which requires your name and e-mail address. You will also need to set up a user name and a 6 character password that contains a letter and a number.

3.  What types of courses are available?
Courses cover a wide range of topics including:
  • Software Development
  • Web Design + Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Business
  • Education
  • 3D + Animation
  • Video
  • Audio + Music
  • And so much more!
Included with courses are exercise files to help you practice. You can also choose your own Learning Path to focus on a particular career skillset.

4.  What technical requirements are needed to access is available 24/7 on any computer or mobile device using a web browser. apps will not work with your complimentary library account.

5.  Why am I getting a message “to try back later” when trying to login?
The Library is licensed for 20 simultaneous users. If all licenses are currently in use, you’ll see a message letting you know to try back again soon. Any users that are inactive for 30 minutes will be automatically logged off so others may use the service. (If you ever get logged off this way – don’t worry, Lynda will remember where you left off, helping make getting started again easier.)

6.  What if I need help or have more questions or comments?
A great resource to start with is’s Troubleshooting Guide.
And always feel free to contact the Library by calling 308-233-3282.