Both sections of History of Impressionism are now over-capacity. Also full are Field Guide to the Planets, Controversies: US-China Relations, An Anthropology of Food, The Philosophy of Humor, Conversational Spanish, and Reading and Discussing Short Stories.
In addition Views on the News is getting close to being full.
We have more than a dozen other wonderful courses for you, too.
People have asked how courses could be full when we aren’t limited by space in physical rooms. There are a couple reasons: One is that some courses are designed to be discussion courses and therefore too many people would make it difficult for all to participate. More significant numerically, though, is that for many moderators this is their first time leading an on-line course over Zoom and many of our members are also new to using video conferencing software. The moderators want to do a good job, and a large number of people make it more challenging. This is particularly true for courses involving Screen Sharing of materials, especially videos, where class participants may have more difficulty getting their audio and video to work well. All in all, we feel we’re doing the right thing to let each moderator judge what they’re comfortable doing this fall, so course size limits will vary quite a bit.