"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


" I believe that [Intro to Grant Writing] should be a required course for educational leadership programs. I loved the 4week length with no fluff. The concepts of good grant writing turn out to be transferable skills to other areas of effective leadership, coalition building, communication, and project management."

-Cindy Buerkle, School Library System Coordinator, Norwich, NY


"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
, MIT Libraries, 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