April 27, 2007
Lifelong Learning @ Your Library
Earlier this Spring, we announced our collaboration with the UIUC Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Founded in our campus commitment to public engagement, as well as our organizational commitment to meeting the University's land-grant mission, Library involvement in the OLLI program will allow us to directly support the lifelong learning goals of OLLI participants, as well as to build on our rich tradition of providing library services to residents of the State of Illinois, and other members of the general public.
Please visit the OLLI Library Services page for more details about the services and resources to which OLLI participants will have access. Please contact OLLI liaison librarian Merinda Hensley (Central Reference) if you would like to know more about our future plans for working with OLLI faculty and students or to volunteer to take part in OLLI programming.
Kudos to the many faculty and staff, both in the Library and in CITES, who have worked over the past 6 months to identify how best to serve these new members of the UIUC student body!
Posted by swalter at April 27, 2007 9:51 AM
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