CWRU’s Siegal Lifelong Learning responds to pandemic demands with virtual courses

Case Western Reserve

Some things, such as restaurants and movie theaters, have been hurt by the pandemic, while others — namely Zoom — have grown and thrived. Siegal Lifelong Learning at Case Western Reserve University can be placed in the category of things that have thrived. In the days before COVID-19, Siegal was known for helping people who wanted to delve further into topics of interest and enrich their lives through in-person classes and lectures. Early on in the pandemic in March 2020, Siegal — which already had a lineup of in-person courses and lectures planned — moved to adapt to the times and the growing need for online learning.  The result has been that its online learning courses have attracted a more varied and far-reaching audience.

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