The Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges, also known as COPLAC, is an organization of thirty colleges and univerisities united by their concentration in the liberal arts. Each semester, COPLAC offers several online digital courses which pairs of students from these colleges are able to apply to take. Past courses have included “Divided Houses: Secession & Separation” and “A Burning Idea: Challenging & Censoring Books.” These classes give students the oppurtunity to perform resesarch in the class’ subject and to create a website that uses digital tools to present their research. In Spring of 2018, COPLAC offered a course entitled “Voices of Migration: An Oral History Collective,” which looks at the stories of migrants from around the world through interviews and supported research. As students at Truman State University, Joe and Megan took this course in order to explore Northeast Missouri’s local immigrant population from Democratic Republic of Congo.