"The class [Intro to Archives] was very clearly presented and it was a good introduction to archives for someone with minimal knowledge and experience about this subject. I especially liked the class videos and the ability to re-play them (which I did) when I did not absorb the material first time. I’ve wanted to take an archives class for a long while, and this intro class was perfect since it was online. Thank you for offering archival classes online!"

- Margaret Mayfield, Lead & Technical Services Librarian, Salinas, CA

"This course [Intro to Archives] is perfect and practical for both new and non-archivists! I created my first ever finding aid and reference policy and I gained insight into MPLP (a situation not unknown to catalogers on the library side)!"

- Eugenia Beh, Electronic Resources Librarian, Cambridge, MA

"The course [Intro to Preservation] was broken up into very easy to understand parts. It was very helpful especially for someone just starting to work with a collection that previously did not get much attention, like myself."

- Loree Jackson, Librarian Senior, Special Collections, Broward County Libraries, Fort Lauderdale, FL

"Coming from a museum studies background, this course [Intro to Archives] was exactly what I needed to gain a deeper understanding of archives and its processes. The course was taught in a way that I could easily make connections with how I understand museum practices and methods. I have greatly benefited from course and look forward to applying what I have learned into practice."

- Sigrid Degner, Recent Graduate, Milwaukee, WI

"I would recommend this course [Intro to Rare Books] to anyone who has little to no knowledge or training in rare books. It’s a good introductory course. I gained better knowledge of what constitutes a rare book. I also gained a better understanding of the structure of older books."

- Peggy Dillard, Special Collections Manager, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas