Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University Online Learning

What is is an online subscription library that teaches the latest business, creative and software skills through high-quality instructional videos. Designed for all levels of learner, it is available whenever you're ready to learn. You can even view it on your mobile device, and download courses to watch offline when it suits you.

Who can access

All CSU students and staff members have access to through single sign-on.

What are the benefits of

  • Unlimited access to thousands of courses on a wide variety of technologies and disciplines.
  • Up-to-date content helps to keep your skills current.
  • New courses are added every week.
  • Tutorials taught by recognised industry experts.
  • Access to instructors' exercise files let you follow along as you watch tutorials.
  • Closed captioning and searchable, time-coded transcripts for increased comprehension.
  • Beginner to advanced courses to learn at your level.
  • The option to watch complete courses or bite-size videos as you need them. also offers recommended learning paths across a range of topics, from Business to Education, Software Development to Marketing, and the list goes on.

How do I access

To access from your desktop simply click on the Login button below, and enter your CSU Username and Password.

Login to

The first time you access this way you will see a prompt asking if you had a account before:

  • If you are an existing user, select I've had an account and enter your existing credentials (username and password), you can then transfer your history to your new profile.
  • If you are a first time user, select No, I've never had an account, you will be prompted to answer a few questions, and a new account will be automatically created.

You can also access your account at

  • Select Sign In at the top right
  • Select Sign in with your organization portal
  • Enter and click Continue
  • Enter your CSU Username and Password

If you want to access from a mobile device follow the instructions to download the Lynda app on your device.

Where to next?

Watch the How to use video to learn how to quickly find the training and tools you need to create your own personalised learning path.

Contact the sub-administrator for your business area if you have any questions.

If you are interested in being part of the stakeholder group to help drive engagement with for staff and students contact sub-administrators

Business areaSub-administrator
Office of Governance and Corporate Affairs including Vice Chancellor's office Catherine Gordon
Office of Strategic Planning and Information Katie Dunn
Office of Government and Community Relations Catherine Gordon
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Clare Jonker
Faculty of Arts and Education Anna Moran
School of Communication and Creative Industries Patrick McKenzie
Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural SciencesLeanne Jones / Alice Roberts / Nicole Russell
Faculty of Science Andrew Cox
Division of Learning and Teaching Ellen McIntyre
Division of Library Services Kalindi Edgar
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) Deborah Bardon / Fiona Wetherspoon
Division of Student Services Amanda Cautela
Residence Life David Griffin
Division of Student Administration Jo Skidmore / Brooke Winnel / Lisa Griffin / Jackie Lewin
Division of Marketing and Communication Leonie Summersby / Lynne Barber
Deputy Vice-Chancellor
(Research, Development and Industry)
Rhonda O’Brien
Research Office Rhonda O’Brien
Regional Archives and Arts Rhonda O’Brien
Spatial Analysis Unit Rhonda O’Brien
Office of Global Engagement and Partnerships Jessica Ninness
Office of Indigenous Affairs Liz Laidlaw
Division of Finance Susan Ryan
CSU Travel Lyndal Jones
Division of Facilities Management Katie White
Division of Information Technology Alison Foale / Veronica Lane
Division of Human Resources Dawn Fairweather / Raegan Petzel
Student licences (DLS) Kalindi Edgar / Julia Press