Technology Keeps You Young with Lifelong Learning

The author reflects on his experience at “A Virginia Chautauqua,” and educational travel tour for those 55 and older. Hosted by non-profit organization, Elderhostel, the tour consisted of 14 sessions about topics ranging from the Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley to the understanding of the concept of “liberty.” The author also expresses his excitement towards learning about the favorite apps and websites of those who also attended the travel tour. Some of these were, online college-level classes for adult lifelong learners and iTunes U, an exclusive section in the iTunes store where top universities contribute to open source content.
The State Journal