All branches of the Washington State Library are currently closed to the public. Questions received via email and voicemail will still be answered. For those needing physical collection resources, we will respond as soon as staff return to the library. For more information, please visit our page regarding the closure.

Washington State Library COVID-19 Resources

LinkedIn Learning with at the State Library

​The Washington State Library is excited to offer public library patrons access to from LinkedIn.  This massive open online course website offers free online video tutorials from industry experts on technology, business practices, and creative techniques. Learning can happen anywhere with LinkedIn apps on your computer, mobile device, and TV, featuring enhanced navigation and faster streaming for anytime learning. You can learn at your own pace using courses that are relevant to your present level of ability.  Whether you are a novice needing to start from the ground up, or a professional looking to spruce up your knowledge base, there's an offering here for you! 

  1. Go to the Patron Login & Create Profile Page
  2. Enter the Barcode for your Washington State Library Card.  Don't have one, then visit here to apply
  3. Enter Your Personal Identification Number (PIN).  The default should be the last four digits of the telephone number you provided to the State Library.

If your PIN doesn't work, please contact us at [email protected] and we will reset the number.

Note: access provided by Washington State Library is for cardholding public library patrons only.  To find out how to apply for a Washington State Library card, please click here