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Have your say! (This is going out to all U3As and their members). We are looking for your ideas to help us develop the new Online Learning Hub. This is going to be an online collection of all of the resources and tools you may need to support learning across your interest groups and U3A.
This short questionnaire will give us valuable information about what’s important to you, and what we need to consider in the design and implementation of the Online Learning Hub. None of the questions are compulsory and your response is anonymous. This should take you less than 10 minutes. Click here to participate: Membership Questionnaire
We are growing …
Our number are growing on a daily basis. This does mean that some of our groups are now at capacity. We do have wait lists of members asking to join them. What we would like to do, is offer additional groups
We need members who could volunteer to run second groups for us in the following areas:
Art Appreciation, Philosophy, Shakespeare related, Ecology (related) and Latin.
If you have another idea for a group on another group on a different topic that would be very well received too. We will of course help you to get your group up and running. If you can help please contact me: Groups Co-ordinator
Even more groups have been added to the Trust U3A groups page. You can now join us to practice your Italian and French Conversation, play Chess. Research Early Lady Doctors, talk to your fellow group members about Your neck of the woods... or Explore the beliefs underpinning the modern world…. As well as interest groups. there are talks too, currently we have talks on Law for Fun and Egyptology. Trust U3A members, just need to ask to register and you will receive a link to the registration form.
You can see the details on our groups page see learning tab above or find out more by emailing the Groups Co-ordinator
Join our movement wide Learning Initiatives
U3A has a range of new activities and learning projects to get involved with - from the new Creative Covid Collaboration to the longer running Diary Living History