Regional networks help campuses new to learning communities connect with faculty and staff working in established programs. These networks also offer opportunities to share new approaches and ideas with other experienced practitioners.
Some regional consortiums host curriculum planning retreats and conferences, providing low-cost options for networking and professional development.
If you’re involved with a regional network that’s not listed here, let us know.
If you would like help starting a regional network in your area, contact the Washington Center to request assistance.
National Regional Learning Community Networks