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Have you developed a photo and/or video section of your OLLI’s website that includes candid images of OLLI members and speakers?

Posted on March 15th, 2011 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Jeff Kaiser,  OLLI at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Asks OLLI:

Have you developed a photo and/or video section of your OLLI’s website that includes candid images of OLLI members and speakers? I would like to see how others are formatting their sites by visiting them; if your OLLI has such a site, please post a link in the comments section for this question. The OLLI at UNLV just started a photo/video site, and we believe we can always make it better. This is our temporary site containing candid images from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas OLLI: http://www.stylexonline.com/olli

Also, how do you manage permission to use photos or videos of members and speakers online?  Do you have a release form you are willing to share? If so, please email it to kallen@usm.maine.edu for posting on the OLLI national website.