Have you tried OLLI online?
OLLI’s Summer 2020 Online program is the best-bet for keeping actively engaged in life while COVID-19 keeps us all close to home. Join OLLI this summer and make positive connections with new friends across town and across the region!
“OLLI keeps us connected and freshens our minds almost daily. Zoom has saved our OLLI life! We enjoy seeing fellow students and friends face-to-face on the screen. What a relief it is to be able to interact in an accommodating learning setting! We feel so grateful to UC Davis for offering such an important program. We hope that all classes will continue via Zoom so that all of us in social distancing are able to continue in our warm, connected community.” – Benay and Shel Bernstein, OLLI members
OLLI’s Summer membership includes:
- Free access to daily Special Interest Groups online via Zoom.
- Discussion groups focus on a different topic every day from 1-2 p.m.
- Subjects include topics from music to history to science, current events and the media.
- Discussion leaders are all very knowledgeable on the topics and coordinate discussions so everyone has a chance to share.
- A subscription to OLLI’s YouTube channel.
- Our YouTube channel features a variety of recorded OLLI courses from the past. Every week, members get an updated list of the latest OLLI recordings they can watch from home for free on YouTube.
- If there were teachers you enjoyed learning from in the past, it’s likely that you’ll find other classes they recorded on our YouTube channel.
- Access to a variety of special seminars and courses throughout the summer available on Zoom at affordable, additional fees. Visit our website for course details.
- July 27-Aug.17: Understanding Systemic Racism with Prof. John Liu
- Aug. 1-29: Guided Autobiography Workshop with Lisa Smith Youngs
- Aug. 4- 25: Cinema Chez Rene with Rene Viargues
- Aug. 5: Pandemics & Geopolitics with Prof. Steven Hoadley, University of Auckland, NZ
- Sept. 3: Burning Man: A Photo Essay with Laurie Friedman
- Sept. 9: The 2020 Presidential Election: A Geopolitical Turning Point? with Prof. Steven Hoadley