This article discusses the issues and outcomes surrounding a university-library-museum partnership that connected undergraduate students with community living older adults for a photography-based intergenerational program. The 4-year face-to-face program was interrupted after 2 years by the COVID-19 pandemic, necessitating a shift to an online format. Although pre- and post- results from participants reveal similar assessments during and before COVID-19, findings do reveal potential challenges in implementation. This is an excellent example of a project assessment that goes beyond anecdotes to include data. It is also a useful discussion of the ways in which on-line programming impacts planning and implementation.
Carson de Fries
University of Denver