In May LifeLong Learning invited all PebbleCreek residents to take a survey to help LLL decide how to present its programs in light of the pandemic. The results showed residents are already Zoom and other programs to meet virtually with friends and family and that a majority of those who responded are ready to take classes and listen to lectures virtually.

The major findings of the report are: 

Familiarity with LLL programs: 

  • 79 percent have attended Monday Morning lectures (capacity = 320)
  • 66 percent have attended a Premier Lecture (capacity = 320)
  • 48 percent have taken a LLL class (capacity ranges from 10 to 32) 
  • 37 percent have taken a LLL trip (capacity ranges from 24 to 56)

Comfort with Zoom and other platforms for LLL programs:  

  • 80 percent have used Zoom or another platform for virtual meeting
  • 61 percent would be comfortable participating in a virtual/internet LLL program

If offered would participate online in

  • Lectures: 90 percent
  • Classes: 60 percent
  • TED Talks: 44 percent
  • PC Reads: 24 percent 

 

Comfort with using Renaissance Theater if available

  • With masks, regular seating: 22 percent  
  • With masks & social distancing: 45 percent

 

 Comfort using LLL Center if available

  • With masks, regular seating: 17 percent
  • With masks & social distancing: 36 percent

To see the full survey results, click here