Hi Michelle -

I would be interested in the list as well.

Paula Mitchell
Archivist/Special Collections Coordinator
Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University
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Could I please have a copy also...

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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Michelle Riggs 
  To: [log in to unmask] 
  Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2006 1:30 PM
  Subject: Re: EAD courses offered at library schools


  A couple of years ago I compiled such a list.  It is 2-3 years out of date, but I would be happy to get that information to you.  I do not have it here in my office, but I get it in a day or two.

  Michelle Riggs
  Assisant Archivist
  Friends Collection and Archives
  801 National Road West
  Earlham College
  Richmond IN 47374

  Michele Rothenberger <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
    Does anyone know of a general list, or a
    cross-sectional/representational list, of EAD courses offered at various
    library schools around the country? I'd like to get an idea of (a) how
    many schools offer courses focused on EAD (b) how many offer courses
    that include some discussion of EAD and (c) what material is covered in
    a typical (ha!) class. I'm aware of the workshops at places like RBS in
    Virginia, but am curious about regular full-semester courses -- the
    biggest question being, of course, "Are there any?"

    Any and all information on this would be appreciated.

    Michele Rothenberger

    Michele Rothenberger
    Special Collections Research Center
    Syracuse University Library
    222 Waverly Avenue
    Syracuse, NY 13244
    (315) 443-2093

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