Each OLLI member has a Course Materials folder — an online repository of all the materials associated with the current course(s) in which you're registered. Inside you'll find the course syllabai, faculty-recommended reading materials, the Zoom link to attend the livestream class, and, for courses that are also video recorded, a YouTube link to watch later, if desired.

How do I find my Course Materials folder?

You have to first log into your account to access your Course Materials folder. Once logged in you'll see the folder in your member dashboard. 

But I can't log in! I've forgotten my password.

No worries. Here's how to reset it:

  1. Enter your username or email here and click "Log in."
  2. You will see an error message. Click "Have you forgotten your password?"
  3. Enter your username or email address and click "Email new password."

You will receive an email with further instructions. If you have not received the email within 5-10 minutes, please check your Spam folder.

How do I attend a live course at the scheduled time?

Click the blue Zoom icon in your Course Materials folder. If you're not familiar with Zoom, read these pointers. If you're registered for more than one course, make sure you're clicking on the correct Zoom link. (You won't break anything if you don't. It's just that it won't get you into the right class because each course has its own unique Zoom link.)

I missed the live class. How do I watch a recorded video?

Log into your account and then go to your Course Materials folder. Scroll to find the video image of the class you missed, and then click on it. You DO NOT need Zoom to watch a class. It's hosted on our private YouTube channel.

You may either watch the video in Course Materials or click the small "YouTube" logo on the bottom right corner of the video to watch it in YouTube, where you have the option to view it full screen.

When do class videos post?

New class videos are added weekly on Fridays by noon — look here for specific posting start dates — and are viewable through the end of term.