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Who is this site for?
This site is for everyone! Anyone, young or old, may find something of interest here. Individuals can find skills training to prepare for a new career. Families can share interest areas to better understand and support one-another. Senior citizens can learn to better cope with the challenges of aging and find ways to leverage their experience in new directions.

A Different Way of Learning
In the past, "passive learning" was the norm. Knowledge was passed on by gathering students in a room and telling them what they should know. Only the most promising students were encouraged to explore further, discovering new interests and new ways of learning for themselves.

Times have changed. With access to the internet, a whole world of learning is within your reach at any time. All it requires is that you be an And if you're not prepared, that's ok -- there are places you can go on-line to virtually learn how to learn.

BOOKS
Peak Learning: How to create your own Lifelong Education Program . . .
The Bases of Competence: Skills for Lifelong Learning and Employability
Making Lifelong Learning Work: Learning Cities for a Learning Century
The On-Line Learning Handbook: Developing and Using Web-Based Learning
E-Learning: Strategies for Delivering Knowledge in the Digital Age