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Peer Learning Partnership

peer learning partnership plp courses

The Peer Learning Partnership (PLP) is:

  • A community of peers organized to develop opportunities for intellectual development, cultural stimulation, personal growth and social interaction in an academic setting.
  • Members manage the program and volunteer their time, skills, and talents to gain and share knowledge of subjects that may not be conveniently available in academic or social institutions.
  • Using a seminar or workshop format for learning, the PLP provides an interactive setting in which members can volunteer as facilitators.  There are no academic requirements for membership and anyone 16 or older is welcome. 

PLP Profiles 

Maggie Brinsley
Ted Brown 
Steve Cohen
Bill Daney
Jim Don
Dorcas Hayes
Vee Holt
Eileen Lewis
JoAnn Rich
Paul Schatzberg

History and By-Laws

PLP History
By-Laws

PLP Resources
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Overview of "Fridays with Friends"
Creative Writing by PLP Members
Facilitator Handbook
Fridays with Friends Monthly Schedule

Click on this link to join the Peer Learning Partnership before registering for the PLP classes. The link takes you to a page that looks like you are registering for a class, this is how you pay your membership fee.

Once you've completed this step, join us for our course selections, including: 

Fall 2016 Term 

Peer Learning Partnership Program
Empire Builders: Ottoman Turks to 1566
The Mystery of Music
The Age of Benjamin Franklin
Boom/Bust-Lessons Learned & Not Learned
Intro to World War II: Part I
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy | NEW
Great Conversations | NEW
Great Books
Axial Moment: Redeeming Modernity
Movie Milestones: New Hollywood | NEW
Ethics: Morality, Virtue and the Good Life
Geopolitical Regions: Central America
Robots, AI and Machine Learning | NEW
Music with Words | NEW
Climate Change, Global Warm. and CO2 | NEW
The Writings of Mark Twain | NEW
Understand Cognitive Behavioral Therapy | NEW
Wonders of the Universe | NEW
Yiddish Lit: An Introduction | NEW

Winter 2017 Term
Click here for course descriptions and instructor bios

Peer Learning Partnership Program
Development of the Symphony - Pt. 1
The Seven Deadly Sins: Great Books
Genealogy: Beyond Names & Dates
World War II in Asia
Baseball in America
Witchcraft in Salem
Great Conversations | NEW
Axial Moment: Global Law & World Peace | NEW
Chess: It's Not Just a Game | NEW
Cosmology: Unfolding Story of the Universe | NEW
Daughters of Sorrow: Women in Greek Tragedy | NEW
Russian Short Stories | NEW
Vital Ideas: Sex | NEW

Winter Shorts (January 2017)
(Short courses take place in one week)
Click here for course descriptions and instructor bios

Death - A Tough Sell
Politics, Polarization, and Paralysis
Living in Leopoldville Post Independence
Weather Satellites

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 Questions?

Please email: plp@aacc.edu