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Easter Island in the South Pacific, the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador and Machu Picchu in Peru - join Bruce Gobioff for a fascinating armchair-travel experience of these exotic locations. Submerse yourself in the region's history, geography and teeming wildlife: an enchanting exploration which includes the instructor's personal photos, stories and videos from numerous trips.May 15, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
A 1939 Gallup Poll revealed that 65% of Americans felt that Germany's persecution of Jews was mostly or entirely the fault of the Jews. What was going on in this country to elicit such a feeling and how did America act - or not - to confront the Nazi menace in Europe and in America? Eye-opening and little known facts and video evidence make this issue all the more fascinating and provocative.May 15, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Take a virtual tour of the bottom of the world. Explore the history, geography and wildlife of Antarctica and gain an appreciation of its pristine beauty. The instructor will supplement the discussion with personal photos, videos and stories from his trips to one of the world's most amazing places.May 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Trace the rise and development of Artificial Intelligence from its beginnings with Alan Turing in the mid-20th century to the present. Then, we'll speculate on the future of AI, with its benefits and risks. We will discuss the people that have made this wonderful technology possible as well as current and future applications that are transforming our world. ALL SKILL LEVELSMay 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Are you a lover of foreign languages who would like to learn a new one? A lover of opera or music? So much music terminology is Italian. Or maybe you just want to try something beyond your comfort zone. Studies show that learning a language is an excellent way to boost cognitive abilities while lessening the likelihood of brain aging deterioration. Conversational Italian I is just what you need. We'll be using a book that will get you speaking right away. There's a CD, too, that will help with pronunciation. Come join the fun. Required text: Learn Italian the Fast and Fun Way by Marcel Danesi, Ph.D., Fourth Edition. Book includes an MP3 CD with 4 hours of audio ($29.99).May 15, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
iPhone users, it's easier than ever to organize and access your important health information, privately and securely! Apple's Health app combines data from your iPhone, Apple Watch and apps you already use that are designed to promote healthier habits -- from nutrition to fitness. Learn how to set up your Health Profile and Medical ID. Choose your favorite categories to track such as steps, mindful minutes, symptoms, sleep and more. SKILL LEVEL BMay 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Although many of the wonderful altruists who rescued Jews during the Holocaust were adults, there were an astonishing number of brave young people who similarly risked their lives to save Jews and obstruct Nazis. These unknown stories of courageous teens are a testament to the power of youthful idealism and goodness. Learn about these courageous youths and be inspired.May 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
As commercial radio celebrates 100 years of broadcasting, it's time to to take a look back at the people and programs that have helped radio evolve into the nation's most popular entertainment medium. Learn how radio has grown from one AM broadcast station in 1920 to more than 15,000 stations across the U.S. today as we examine the formative years of radio -- how stations were assigned, marketed, and programmed during the first half of the 20th century.May 15, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Want to become more proficient in using your iPhone? We'll review your iPhone's basic features and build on them so that you will eventually take command of your phone. We will work with Settings, Notifications, Messages, Siri, Contacts, Mail, Safari, Calendar, Cameras, Photos, Music, Maps, the App Store and much more. Note: you must have an iPhone 8 or newer with the latest version of operating system, iOS 14, installed and updated. Bring your fully-charged phone to class. Optional text ($9) available to purchase. SKILL LEVEL A & BMay 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
You have a new Apple Watch! Now, see how useful it can be as we explore the capabilities of this incredible device. Learn about Watch Faces, Siri, Apps, Health, Fitness, Communication (mail, phone, messages), Weather and Time. Sign in online with a computer or iPad and have your Apple Watch and iPhone (6S or newer) handy. Your devices should be fully charged and updated to the most recent versions of iOS and WatchOS. SKILL LEVEL B course.May 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
If you have more than one Apple device, you want them all to work and play well together. iCloud makes that easy: from storing photos, emails, contacts, purchased apps and media to providing services such as data syncing and storing your passwords, iCloud can do it securely. Keep all your Apple devices in harmony, learn to manage your storage and make the most of iCloud's helpful capabilities. Bring your fully charged and updated iPhone, iPad or Apple laptop to class. Devices should be updated to the most recent version of iOS 14.This course contains no sessions
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Even with COVID-induced travel bans and quarantines, you can travel the world with George Hyde's fourth "Armchair Travel" class for OLLI. George highlights unique and unappreciated attributes of some of his personal favorites among cities he's visited in a peripatetic career! This term, visit Paris, Madrid, Geneva, and Washington, DC. Boarding now!May 1, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course
Take a journey through the history and science of the early atomic age from Dalton's theory that all matter is composed of atoms to the development of the atomic bomb and the decision to drop it on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In this series of four lectures we'll review the scientists and spies involved in The Manhattan Project then consider the science behind the more sophisticated, and potentially far more destructive, Hydrogen bomb.May 1, 2021 to August 1, 2021, Recorded Course
After the Civil War, the turbulent era that endeavored to reintegrate the Confederate States and the four million newly-freed slaves into the United States became a period of lost hope and dreams. Under Andrew Johnson's administration, new southern state legislatures passed restrictive "black codes" to control the former slaves. Northern Republicans passed the Reconstruction Act of 1867 that gave newly enfranchised blacks a voice in government for the first time in U.S. history. 265 African-Americans won elections to southern state legislatures and the U.S. Congress. However, progressive measures would last less than ten years, and the plight of African-Americans would revert to blatant inequality once again.May 15, 2021 to August 19, 2021, Recorded Course