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Posted on October 16th, 2013 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center
Michelle Bennett, OLLI at Indiana State University, Asks OLLI:
My OLLI at Indiana State University was able to take part in the recent video conference class with the Smithsonian Museum. It was an amazing experience and we asked ourselves the question why should it stop there?
Does your OLLI have contact with any other museums? Do you have any recommendations you are willing to share?
Would your OLLI like to partner with OLLI at Indiana State to set up a class with a museum?