In 2015, LinkedIn acquired Since then, the company has been working to incorporate all content into its own LinkedIn Learning platform. Recently, Pace University’s accounts were migrated to LinkedIn Learning. The same great content from Lynda.cοm is delivered through an intuitive, new learning experience that’s more personalized and easy-to-use.

It’s important to emphasize that LinkedIn Learning is a separate service from LinkedIn. Therefore, you do not need to have a LinkedIn account in order to access LinkedIn Learning content. In addition, if you have an existing LinkedIn account, you do not have to associate it with your LinkedIn Learning account. However, to keep any existing history you had under, you will need to activate your LinkedIn Learning account by March of 2020. See steps below.

Activation/Login Steps:

  1. If you had any existing learning activity, playlists, or past history, in your account, you just need to log in to your new LinkedIn Learning account before March of 2020 to validate your account and retain all your content.  We recommend that you do this as soon as possible.  You can log in by visiting (MyPace Portal username and password required).  After logging in, at the top, click the Me dropdown and then review any migrated content saved under the My Learning section.
  2. If you never logged in to or didn’t have any content saved or in progress, then there is nothing that you need to do.  However, we invite you to log in ( and explore the thousands of videos and courses available to you in a variety of categories.

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