Be more productive at work with Office 365 and the popular Getting Things Done® framework. Learn time and task management techniques to get more done.
1h 50m • COURSE
Team Collaboration in Office 365 with Nick Brazzi
Learn best practices for collaborating with your team in Office 365. Discover how to work with shared calendars in Outlook, co-author documents in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, share files via OneDrive and SharePoint, and more.
2h 32m • COURSE
Team Collaboration in G Suite with Dan Gookin
Learn how to fully leverage the collaboration features offered in G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Work), the popular cloud-based productivity platform.
1h 7m • COURSE
Microsoft Teams Essential Training (2018) with Nick Brazzi
Get up to speed with Microsoft Teams, the communication and teamwork hub of Office 365.
2h 18m • COURSE
Learning Slack with Gini von Courter
Learn how to collaborate seamlessly using Slack, the popular team messaging tool.
2h 35m • COURSE
Skype for Business Essential Training with Nick Brazzi
Get up and running with Skype for Business, the enterprise communication and collaboration tool included in Office 365.
2h 37m • COURSE
Google Hangouts Essential Training with David Rivers
Learn how to make full use of Hangouts, the popular app from Google that gives you the ability to contact other Google users via messaging, video calls, and phone calls.
1h 14m • COURSE
Learning BlueJeans Meetings with Nick Brazzi
Learn how to schedule, moderate, and participate in meetings using BlueJeans Meetings, the popular videoconferencing tool.
1h 11m • COURSE
Adobe Connect Essential Training with Garrick Chow
Get started with Adobe Connect, the popular web conferencing software from Adobe. Learn how to run meetings, manage participants, and present using this powerful tool.
2h 26m • COURSE
Learning WebEx with Dan Gookin
Learn what you need to know to host and participate in meetings using WebEx.
44m 6s • COURSE
Working Remotely with Mike Gutman
Learn best practices for working remotely. Use today's cloud-based tools to stay productive, build culture, and work seamlessly with your team—anywhere there is internet.
1h • COURSE
Time Management: Working from Home with Dave Crenshaw
Get time management tips to stay productive and balanced when working from home part-time or full-time.
1h 25m • COURSE
You'll learn digital transformation skills with these experts
Steve Somers is a technology expert helping organizations realize business value via productivity tools.
He focuses on enterprise social networking and Office 365. He has a background in customer success, as well as in media advertising and technology. Steve is an evangelist for positive transformation via new technologies and cultural change. Follow Steve on Twitter @ricksteve.
Nick Brazzi is a staff author on productivity and mobile topics for LinkedIn Learning.
A former Apple educator, Nick has been teaching desktop productivity and video editing for over 10 years. Before joining lynda.com, he was a software trainer and instruction designer for Apple, and a regular guest speaker for several Macintosh user groups in the Silicon Valley. In his spare time, Nick demonstrates his skills in various unicycle-related sports.
Dan Gookin is the author of more than 120 titles. He has been writing about technology for over 20 years.
Dan combines his love of writing with his gizmo fascination to create books that are informative, entertaining, and not boring. Because his 120 titles have 12 million copies in print that have been translated into over 30 languages, Dan can attest that his method of crafting computer tomes seems to work.
Perhaps his most famous title is the original DOS For Dummies, published in 1991. It became the world's fastest-selling computer book, at one time moving more copies per week than the New York Times #1 bestseller (though as a reference, it could not be listed on the NYT Bestseller list). From that book spawned the entire line of For Dummies books, which remains a publishing phenomena to this day.
Dan's most popular titles include PCs For Dummies, Word For Dummies, Laptops For Dummies, and Droid X For Dummies. He also maintains the vast and helpful website, www.wambooli.com.
Dan holds a degree in communications/visual arts from the University of California, San Diego. Presently, he lives in the Pacific Northwest, where he enjoys spending time with his sons playing video games inside while they watch the gentle woods of Idaho.
Gini von Courter has taught computer classes on Microsoft Office for 20+ years and has authored 30+ books.
Gini has been providing computer classes and seminars on Microsoft Office and related products for more than 20 years at public and private companies, state and federal agencies, educational institutions, and not-for-profit organizations, and has consulted and trained on the use of Microsoft SharePoint since the first SharePoint product was launched in 2001. A founder and managing partner of TRIAD Consulting, Gini is also the author of 29 books, including Beginning SharePoint with Excel, and a number of lynda.com movies on SharePoint, SharePoint Designer, InfoPath, and other software titles. Gini's passion is helping clients use SharePoint and Microsoft Office applications to create solutions that increase efficiency and collaboration while improving the quality of people's work lives. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan with an M.B.A. from Oakland University. You can find her on Twitter @Gini4Tips.
David Rivers specializes in elearning and productivity. His clients include Microsoft and Corel.
Author, trainer, and learning and development expert David Rivers has over 20 years experience helping government, hi-tech, and healthcare businesses increase their efficiency and productivity by integrating technology tools. With deep experience in Microsoft Office, elearning tools, and assorted productivity tools such as FrameMaker and RoboHelp, David is passionate about helping people improve their workflows to recover time in their schedules. His clients include Microsoft, Corel Corporation, Halogen Software, and the City of Ottawa. David is also a published book author on topics ranging from Photoshop to Acrobat and the Microsoft Digital Image Suite.
Garrick Chow has authored 75+ training courses, and is a presenter at Macworld and AIGA.
Garrick Chow is a senior staff author at Lynda.com, and has authored dozens of courses, covering a diverse range of topics. He regularly leads live classes and seminars at private companies, government agencies, colleges, and universities. He has been a presenter at the Macworld conference, and at events for design associations such as AIGA and UCDA. His interests include audio and music production, digital lifestyle tools, and fitness-related apps and gadgets. When not sitting in front of a computer screen, Garrick can be found playing with the indie-rock band The Jellybricks (www.thejellybricks.com) or trail running. Visit him at www.garrickchow.com or follow him on Twitter @garrickchow.
As director of marketing at FlexJobs, Michael Gutman connects people and companies with flexible work.
Michael is focused on the intersection of lifestyle, sustainability, and business. He imagines a future where people are unchained from their desks and have the freedom to work wherever they want.
A former marketing manager in Silicon Valley, Michael changed his focus in 2008 to help propel the message of sustainability. He helped push the local sustainability movement forward in Mexico, Lake Tahoe, and San Francisco, and now he is helping the world reimagine a more flexible, sustainable way to work.
Prior to FlexJobs, Michael worked at Sqwiggle, a cloud-based office productivity application for connecting remote teams. He has been telecommuting since 2007, and his work flexibility allows him to spend a week out of the year as a snowboard instructor in Lake Tahoe, California. He is an avid traveler; however, you might find him working out of his Northern California home with his laptop in the backyard, as his goats and chickens say hello in the background.
Dave Crenshaw is an author and leadership coach who has been featured in Time and USA Today.
Dave Crenshaw is the master of building productive leaders. He has appeared in Time magazine, USA Today, Fast Company, and the BBC News. His courses on LinkedIn Learning have received millions of views. He has written four books and counting, including The Myth of Multitasking: How "Doing It All" Gets Nothing Done, which was published in six languages and is a time management bestseller. As an author, speaker, and online instructor, Dave has transformed hundreds of thousands of business leaders worldwide. Find out more at DaveCrenshaw.com.