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What is your experience with offering online learning?

Posted on April 23rd, 2013 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Cathy House, OLLI at the University of Utah, Asks OLLI:

As a follow up to the December 2012 Ask OLLI post about online courses, what is your experience with offering online learning to OLLI members?

One Response to “What is your experience with offering online learning?”

  1. We are headed in that direction.

    We will be marketing some ed2go technology classes through OLLI. Several of our technology instructors have gone on to paying gigs. We can never offer enough technology classes!

    We are looking into some online OLLI classes as one means to serve populations that - for whatever reason - are not able to get to our “face to face” classes.

    I suspected that online learning would be a minor component of our program but I didn’t think it would be so soon!

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