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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bringing the university to the community Continuing education opens U of L doors to nearly all Continuing education programs must make the resources of the university accessible to as many persons as possible within the says the man who has co ordinated University of Lethbridge arts and science continuing education offerings for the past four years. didn't begin with an explicit comments itaenno who is retiring as continuing education co- ordinator at the end of June. were guided by certain ideals of community service from which we developed as needs and interests became evident to In when Dr. Boldt returns to full-time teaching duties in the U of L department of chemist Dr Roger Memtzer will assume his job of co-ordinating faculty of arts and science continuing education. During his four years in continuing Dr. Boldt came to believe implicitly in universities' duty to use a varied approach in cost structures and class to encourage as many people as possible to engage in some level of higher learning an opportunity he maintains should be theirs as citizens and taxpayers the final a university must realize the community is made up of various interest groups with which it must communicate Offerings should be based upon the feedback obtained from such adds Dr. Boldt. we are definitely getting feedback from people who've U of L continuing education courses They're actually our best he says get letters telling how one course has opened people's minds and put them on the track they want more for their own satisfaction more than anything else. who have attended our courses before are our best customers they keep coming 'Under his the U of L's off-campus and evening degree courses were more than doubled and the variety of non- credit public service courses offered was greatly diversified. DIFFERENT APPROACHES aim was to minimize obstacles preventing people from trying a university course on a credit or non-credit basis. One of our initial concerns was geography and distance. It was obviously simpler to take one of our professors to a neighboring than to expect 15 or 20 people in that community to drive to Lethbridge every week for a specific explains Boldt. And that's how the U of L off-campus courses now being offered in 15 Southern Alberta communities began. he have attempted a number of approaches to overcome the time obstacle. Not everyone can attend classes from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m so we have extended our day to 10 p m by offering evening courses. We pioneered the concept of courses during 'intersession' the time between the end of the spring semester and the beginning of summer session courses in July because this is a convenient 'time for many people wishing to pick up one or two additional classes. In we now operate programs on a twelve month basis. This is not only a great convenience to the community but is an effective use of our faculities. The development of non-credit interest courses offered to the community as a public service are of particular satisfaction to him. Such an approach is nearest to his own person-to-person concept of education. early realized that not everyone wanted to take courses for as part of a degree program. So we began our a very community-oriented approach. If we have a request from the community for a specific type of non-credit we will do everything within our resources to offer Dr. Boldt points out that the U of L public service program is offered to citizens at a fraction of the cost charged by other universities. At the U of administrative costs are minimized by keeping continuing education within the faculties of arts and science and rather than setting up a separate department of extension or community education. and more education specialists are coming to accept the integration of continuing with which we as the best and most administratively efficient approach. Once a university implements a separate department responsible solely for continuing it becomes more difficult for that new entity to call upon the resources of the other areas of the he says. Until just many universities had not taken to heart the duty to program for all levels of the maintains the sociologist DR. BOLDT WHOLE TOMATOES TOWN HOUSE CANADA CHOICE 19 fl. oz. tin KERNEL CORN TASTE TELLS CANADA CHOICE WHOLE VAC PAK 12 fl. oz. tin SPECIAl PRICE SPAGHETTI FRESH BREAD while or sliced. 20 oz. net wt. loil...................... 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