Carleton University’s Lifelong Learning Program (LLeaP), formerly Learning in Retirement, is returning with a excellent fall and winter season embracing online and hybrid learning to make learning more accessible.
Carleton University will deliver its long-running Learning in Retirement (LinR) program entirely online this fall. So far, there are 15 lectures and six-week lecture series scheduled, with more to come.
Due to the pandemic, Carleton University has had to radically alter how it delivers its long-running Learning in Retirement (LinR) program. Apt613 spoke with Daphne Uras, the Life-Long Learning Program Coordinator in Carleton’s Centre for Initiatives in Education, to find out about these changes.
The late spring session starts on April 29.