Learning Circle

Learning Circles

Learning circles bring people with common interests together to learn online, in person. 

Learning circles are a model of blended learning designed to support participants in completing high-quality online resources. A unique feature of learning circles is the peer-to-peer support that participants experience in working together and sharing ideas. With the help of a facilitator, the group engages in discussion of learning goals, course content, and application of knowledge and skills. Members of a learning circle meet weekly for two hours for six to eight weeks to work on their course online, in person. Computers are provided if you don’t have one.

Introduction to Python Programming!

When learning a new programming language, there is safety in numbers.  Let's learn Python together! Join us at the Introduction to Python Programming Learning Circle!

Due to library construction, this Learning Circle will meet in One Regency Plaza (conference room on the main level) behind the Library (Greene St.).  Space is limited, please signup to reserve a spot!

Thursdays, 5:30 - 7 PM  beginning May 9  | One Regency Plaza, Conference Room

Free Adult Learning Opportunities at PPL — YOUR input is needed to determine future Learning Circle topics!

PPL seeks your suggestions for upcoming Learning Circle topics. Let us know what topic interest you and the time of day you can meet.  If there is enough interest in a particular topic, we may run it as a Learning Circle.