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Resources for Coordinators

Guidelines for Coordinators

Click here to read the guidelines for Coordinators (PDF).

The resources available on this page explain LLC’s collaborative and active approach to lifelong learning and offer step-by-step support to design and/or coordinate classes.

Zoom Help for Coordinators

Working with a Book in an LLC Class

Submit a Course Proposal

Sample Syllabuses

Below are two examples of a course syllabus.

SANTA FE AND THE PEOPLE WHO WENT THERE
In this course we will study the vibrant and beautiful city of Santa Fe, New Mexico, through the eyes of those who lived there during its long history. Click here to see the full syllabus.

THE INDIAN OCEAN – THE OCEAN OF THE 21ST CENTURY: A STUDY OF THE COUNTRIES ON THE OCEAN RIM
The purpose of this course is to study the Indian Ocean and its surrounding countries, most certainly an important geopolitical focus of the 21st century for China, India and the United States. Click here to see the full syllabus.

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When Linda Shamoon coordinated LLC’s “Concerts and Conversations” class, it allowed her to reengage with Classical music in a new way, to devote serious study time to a lifelong love and to share that love with others. Her love of poetry spurred her to co-coordinate LLC poetry classes, including co-coordinating a poetry class this semester, “Luminous Things: African American Poetry,” with Christine Rose and Karen Stein. “I love reading poetry and talking about it with others.” (Excerpt from The Lark, Vol. 1, Issue 7, December 2021)

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CLASSES MEET ONCE A WEEK USUALLY FOR 10 WEEKS FOR 2 HOURS