Lynda Service and Support

Lynda is provided free of charge to UNT System students, faculty and staff. You can browse through more than 5,600 courses. Through the video-based instructions students, faculty and staff can learn new business technology and creative skills. Each course is a series of short videos, so users can learn at their own pace and on their own time. All videos are viewable on computers or via’s mobile app for iPhone, iPad or Android. For a great overview, watch the How to Use course. If you have any questions or need help please contact the UNTS service desk at 940.565.4357 or

Getting Started

UNTS Lynda portal

  1. Go to the UNT System Lynda portal
  2. Login in with your EUID. The first time you do this Lynda will prompt you to choose between two options:
    • I’ve had an account- Select this if you have logged into before using either a personal account or UNT System account. Lynda will transfer your certificates, playlist, and course history to your new profile.
    • No, I’ve never had an account – Select this if you are new to website

  1. Go to
  2.  Select “sign in with your organization portal” and enter your institutional affiliation.  This will be, or, or, or depending on the location where you work or attend school. Select Continue. This will direct you to the UNT System Lynda portal.  Login with your EUID and password. Mobile App

  1. Download and install the mobile app for your mobile device
  2. Select “Already a member”
  3. Select “Organization” at the top
  4. In the web portal section enter,,, or depending on the location where you work or attend school.  Select “Log in”.  This will direct you to the UNT System Lynda portal
  5. Log in with your EUID


Lynda benefits for Faculty and Staff

  • Access a wide range of topics and subject categories
  • Supplement coursework
  • Maximize instructional time
  • Search course transcripts for quick answers
  • Download exercise files that reinforce retention

Lynda benefits for Students

  • Take notes and return to where you left off
  • Search transcripts to find answers quickly
  • Get help on a course topic or application
  • Build on what you learn in class
  • Add new skills to your resume