Announcement of University of Pittsburgh’s Introduction to Intergenerational Programs Online Course
“Introduction to Intergenerational Programs” is an online interactive experience based upon the 13-year success of Generations Together Intergenerational Training Institute at the University of Pittsburgh. This interesting course is designed to help students develop skills needed for success in the creation and management of intergenerational programs. Students read course materials, complete online assignments, discuss content with fellow students and instructors and follow step-by-step procedures to complete the six units of this 13-week course. The schedule is September 5 - December 12, 2010. This course stands alone or may be used as the first step in acquiring an Intergenerational Specialist Certificate.
For complete information, visit http://jir.ucsur.pitt.edu and click on “Interactive On-line Course” near the top tight of our homepage under “JIR Spotlight,” or contact Sally Newman, email@example.com, Emerita Professor/Course Coordinator, 412-648-7155.
For application/registration, contact Tracy Soska, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Darlene Davis, email@example.com, at the University of Pittsburgh Continuing Education School of Social work, 412-624-3711 or 412-624-6902 or visit www.socialwork.pitt.edu.
The Journal of Intergenerational Relationships also has a call for papers from intergenerational shared sites. They would love to have a library actively providing a variety of ongoing intergenerational programs submit a field article. Here is the call for papers. It would be wonderful to discover a library which could be a model nationally and internationally.