Framingham State Moves Courses for Seniors Online

Framingham State University, an NEC member, recently migrated their Adventures in Lifelong Learning program for senior citizens online in light of the the coronavirus outbreak.

The Adventures in Lifelong Learning program is a collaboration between Framingham State University and the Framingham Public Library. The spring 2020 semester was originally postponed, but due to the ongoing health crisis, the program has moved online, using Zoom to host classes. The classes are held each Tuesday from May 5th to June 16th. In addition to the classes, the instructional day will include a 50-minute lunch so that participants may interact with one another.

The New England Council commends FSU for continuing to provide this service for senior citizens during a time when it is not safe for them to leave their homes. More information can be found in the Worcester Business Journal and at Framingham Public Library.

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