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At Home with Universal Class

10/05/2020 | Online Classes, Use the Library Online

Ever wanted to write the great American novel, but thought you'd probably need at least an entry level creative writing class before pounding out your first chapter?

Maybe you've recently heard about the release of the games series, The Dark Pictures Anthology featuring the Salem Witch Trials. However, the best you can recollect about the Salem trials comes from that half hour quirky reenactment on an episode of "Drunk History." Perhaps you're home watching every single episode of "Ghost Hunters" and now you can't get it out of your head and you're fully intrigued by the possibility of Haunted Places in Indiana. Universal Class has you covered.

If you're staying at home with internet access, now is the perfect time to learn anything and learn anytime you want. IndyPL's subscription to Universal Class has so many fantastic FREE online courses Available Now, and all you need is your library card. We implore you to take a comprehensive look into these online opportunities and find a course that sparks your curious mindset.

Amaze your friends and family (and keep things interesting) during those weekly Zoom calls with all the knowledge and information you've compiled from a Universal Class online course. Who knows - you may even find yourself creating your very own YouTube channel jam packed with all of your Universal Class knowledge.

Universal Class has over 500+ Courses. Find the one that works for your interests and continuing education. Commit yourself to an hour a day or whatever makes it effortless for you. Join the course of your choice, complete the readings, assignments/quizzes, and then download your certificate of completion. It really is that simple.

Learn More:

Universal Class: Creative Writing for Beginners
This course is designed to teach you the tools and mechanics of creative writing. You'll learn about writing fiction, poetry, screenplays, and even nonfiction.

Novel Writing: 101
If indeed you are truly committed and willing to invest the necessary time and effort to put your literary skills to the test, there should be nothing, absolutely nothing, stopping you from producing memorable prose.