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How to log on at GRC: Lynda.com

This guide explains how to access your student email, Canvas classes, Microsoft Office, and campus computers.

Lynda web tutorials promotion imageLynda.com iconGreen River now has access to Lynda.com!

Beginning in 2016 / 2017, Green River students, Faculty, and Staff have access to Lynda.com video tutorials on a variety of subjects from 3D animation to web development.

Use the instructions on this page to learn how to set up your Green River profile if you are new user, or how to log in or change your password if you have an existing Green River Lynda.com account.

Sections of this guide:
  • How to Log In to Lynda.com
  • How to Create a New Green River College Lynda.com Profile
  • Forgot Your Lynda.com Password? (Resetting a Password)
  • More Help

Lynda.com - How to Log In

How to log in to Lynda.com—

Go to Lynda's log in page:

You can also select "Sign In" from most Lynda.com pages at the top of the screen:

Lynda.com log in link
 

  • Use your Green River email as your username. 
    • If you are a student, your email address will end with: @mail.greenriver.edu
    • If you are a faculty or staff member, your email address will end with @greenriver.edu

Lynda.com sign in
 

  • Your password is the personal one you chose for your Lynda.com profile. If you do not remember it, you can use the “Need Help?” option on the log in page to reset it:

Lynda.com password reset option

Forgot Your Lynda Password?

Resetting Your Lynda.com password--

Your Lynda.com Green River username will always be your Green River email address. If you have forgotten your personal password, you can reset it on Lynda.com from the sign in screen by clicking 'Need Help?':

Lynda.com 'Need Help?' option

This will take you to a screen where you have the option to ask Lynda.com to email you a password reset, or you can look at other help documents from Lynda.com:

Lynda password reset screen

Lynda.com - New Profile Setup

How to set up your Green River Lynda.com profile--

If this is your first time using Lynda.com from Green River, you will need to set up your Green River Lynda.com profile. Read this to learn how to register your Green River College email and set up your personal password.

Important Note - These directions are if you have never logged in to Lynda.com using your Green River email before. If you need help logging in with an existing account, check out the "Forgot Your Lynda Password?" section.

To begin - click the link below

  • Use your Green River email address. (Your email address will end with @mail.greenriver.edu [students] or @greenriver.edu [faculty / staff].)

Lynda.com email signup screen

After you enter your email, Lynda.com will send you am email with directions for setting up your profile and personal password:

Lynda.com email example

Important Note - Your Lynda.com invitation will expire after 7 days, so make sure to check your email Inbox! If you don't see the invite email in your Inbox, also try the "Clutter" section of your email (just in case).

 

  • If you see a message that says you already have a Lynda.com account: 

Your Green River Lynda.com profile has already been set up. You can reset the password from Lynda.com's login screen. See the "Forgot Your Lynda Password?" section for more instructions.

More Help?

Note - Once you have created a GRC Lynda.com account, please use the GRC credentials you've set up to access Lynda.com. If you use any other log-ins you have created with Lynda.com (example: log-in access through KCLS), you will not be able to see your GRC Lynda content. Thanks!

 

If you are having trouble logging in to Lynda.com and are a current Green River student, faculty or staff member, please contact the library for more assistance.

You can reach the librarians a variety of ways for help--

email iconEmail

librarian@greenriver.edu


phone iconPhone

(253) 833 - 9111 ext. 2091 during library open hours:


Info Desk iconIn Person at the Reference Desk

Librarians are available at Holman Library during the library's open hours.