Hi @brozum_twitter You are welcome to work on the sprint in any way that is helpful to you. If you were able to gather some colleagues together and maybe just go through the lessons to familiarise yourselves with them, then that would be a good start. Then you might have questions or ideas or spot things that need fixing - your viewpoint coming to the lessons cold would be helpful as some of us have taught them quite a lot so we (might) start to develop blind spots, make incorrect assumptions etc. People do not need to be certified instructors to be part of the sprint, nor do they need advanced skills - they just need to be people keen to see the lessons work for librarians, archivists, digital humanities people and so on. NO technical skills are expected - these are lessons that start with no knowledge assumed - it is about skilling librarians up in a safe way in a supportive community. Welcome aboard !