Boise Lecture Series Forced To Move Online Finds New Opportunities
Every year, thousands of people attend lectures and take classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Boise State University. But like everything else, the courses — which are open to folks who are at least fifty-years-old — moved online in March.
The first lecture of the semester was Tuesday morning, and joining Idaho Matters live right now to talk about how it went and what their hopes are for the rest of the semester is the director of the Osher Institute, Dana Thorp Patterson.
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