eLearning for All Ages

Creativebug - Your more creative than you think

Creativebug gives you unlimited access to thousands of online art and craft classes.
The Great Courses on Kanopy include a wide ranging list of courses on topics that include cooking, science, art, music, writing, and more!
LinkedIn Learning (formerly lynda.com) is an online education service that can help you learn technology, creative, and business skills.
Udemy offers over 4,000 courses in the areas of business, tech, and personal development.
O'Reilly for Public Libraries (formerly Safari Books) offers eBooks on technical topics from a range of publishers including programming, certification training, and specific software applications.


Brainfuse offers online academic services designed to support diverse learning needs for students from early elementary school through adulthood. Services include live tutoring, skills building, and much more.
Gale Presents: Peterson's Test Prep contains resources to help prepare for the SAT, GED, or other tests. Practice tests and courses are also available.
Help with K-12 remote learning. A library card is a gateway to the resources and tools you need to make the most of learning from home.
The Research & Learn page contains links to government information, genealogy resources, consumer help, and more!

New Users Start Here

Intro to eLearning Resources: Learn how to access our digital eLearning resources in our bimonthly Zoom class.


LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda)

  1. Visit the LinkedIn Learning login page and select "Login with your library card and PIN"
  2. Click "Get Started"
  3. Enter your library card number and PIN.
  4. You'll be asked to select some areas of interest so that LinkedIn Learning can recommend courses for you. It is recommended that you choose at least three areas you are interested in learning about.
  5. Optional: set a weekly learning goal to help keep on track. Select "Maybe later" if you'd like to skip this step.
  6. You are all set to find courses and start learning!


(Mobile App Instructions)
  1. You must have a Google or Microsoft account to create a Udemy account.
  2. After creating an account there, visit the Udemy login page and enter your library card number. (You will not be prompted to enter your card number if you are at a library location).
  3. Click the Sign in/Create a Udemy account button, then login with your Google or Microsoft username and password.
  4. Browse for courses and begin your learning adventure!




  1. Download and open the app or visit the Mango website
  2. Follow these instructions to create a profile
  3. If using the website, follow this link to login with your new profile credentials
  4. If using the app, follow these instructions under the Mobile tab to select Anne Arundel Public Library as your library.
  5. You are set to start learning!

Rosetta Stone

  1. Download the app if you are using a mobile device.
  2. Whether using the app or visiting the website, please make sure to start by clicking the blue Use Rosetta Stone Library Solution button on this library website page. You can only access our free library version of Rosetta Stone using this link.
  3. Follow the instructions on this page to set up your account on either the website or via the app on your mobile device.
  4. Set your choice of language when you login to Rosetta Stone and begin your learning experience.



Download the Apps

All eLearning platforms are also available on your web browser.

* Please make sure to download the Udemy app version named Udemy for Business.

The LinkedIn mobile application is currently unavailable. Please visit the website using a browser on your mobile device. We will put links to the LinkedIn app in this area when the application is working.


Need Help?


For other problems with Safari, Gale Virtual Reference, or Testing and Education Reference Center, or other digital resource please contact us.



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