Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning with Lynda.com.
- Thank you for joining me as we explored learning with lynda.com. As you move forward, there are several things I would highly recommend you take the time to do. The first one is at this point you should export your notes from this course as a reference guide. If you've been following along with the knowledge checks, you've had lots of opportunity to think about the ways that you can use lynda.com to make your learning more effective. Printing these out will help remind you to keep using these features as you move through your own lynda.com experience. Also, this is a great chance to revisit your learning goal. Thinking about the goal that you set at the first part of this course, to now, you may have some new ideas about how you could better approach learning, and more easily achieve your learning goal.
This is also time to create a learning game plan. Now that we've looked at how to find playlists, how to create our own playlists, how to use the notes features, and how to search for lynda.com material, taking a few seconds to create a learning game plan can save you a lot of time as you work towards a learning goal. As you're making your learning game plan, I also recommend that you explore some new content. Take some time to simply click around the library. Also, when you come back and log-in to lynda.com for a second time, your custom landing page will also show you the latest course that we've released. With more content being released every single week, it's a great idea to keep your eye out on these new courses.
You might find something that's perfectly aligned to your learning goal, or even strike a new interest. Finally, please feel free to chat with me on Twitter. If you have any additional questions about how to use lynda.com, questions about this course, or you're interested in the educational process, I would love to connect with you on Twitter, @aaronquigley.