Can I start a new subscription for English courses or buy individual courses?
No, video2brain is no longer offering English language courses. Purchase and sign-up options have been disabled. In the coming months, many of our English courses will be integrated into the library at lynda.com, the online learning company that is now the parent company of video2brain.
Can video2brain subscribers still access their courses?
Current subscribers will continue to have access to the video2brain English library until March 31, 2013 (or your subscription expiration date, whichever is later). After that, all visitors will be referred to lynda.com for English-language courses. Subscribers will still have access to any video2brain courses that they own, as well as any subscriptions to our libraries in French, German, and Spanish.
What is lynda.com?
Much like video2brain, lynda.com is a video library that helps people learn software, technology, creative, and business skills. Founded in 1996 by Lynda Weinman and Bruce Heavin, the company provides training to more than 2 million people, and offers five times more video courses than the video2brain English language library.
Why did lynda.com purchase video2brain?
The acquisition helps lynda.com fulfill its mission to educate more people in more places.
What else will change at video2brain?
video2brain will continue to produce content in German, French, and Spanish. There are no planned changes to the DE/FR/ES libraries.
Will this change the way I interact with video2brain?
The video2brain product features will not change.
I have a video2brain subscription in German, French, or Spanish. Will I need to pay for lynda.com, too?
Yes, you will need a separate membership to access the lynda.com course library.