Still wondering what this “CALP Portal” is all about? Maybe these videos will help!

Odette Lloyd, Community Learning Network

1 1 29 April 2016

Last fall, CLN launched the CALP Portal, the virtual one-stop-shop for all things CALP!

We know many of you have been meaning to check it out, and see all the ways you can get connected, but we also know that your time is precious. Why not take a few minutes right now for a quick virtual video tour, to see what the Portal has in store for you.


We are thrilled that in the 6 months since the launch, the CALP Portal Community of Practice has grown to more than 600 users! Some of our highest-rated and most popular content includes:

If you want to join the conversation, here's a quick "how-to" to get you started on CALP Portal Discussions:


One of the most exciting things we have been able to do with the CALP Portal is to invest in creating custom content and online tutorials in “microlearning” format – small, bite-sized self-directed online learning modules that you can work through on your own time and at your own pace.

  • Top Custom Content: The Value of Measuring Outcomes


This video already has over 180 views, and more than 80 people are engaged in the “microlearning” tutorial on Outcomes-based Measurement and Evaluation for the Community Adult Learning Program.

Be sure to take a look under the “e-learning” tab on your My Portal menu to find more original videos, customized resources and downloadable tools and templates.

If you want to learn more about how to get the most out of the CALP Portal, contact your Regional Support Staff, the CLN Office in Edmonton or register to come to a regional CALP Portal training session in your region this spring (check the Portal Events Calendar for training dates).

We’ve had great feedback and suggestions for the Portal from CALPs right across the province, but we’re always open to more.

If you haven’t had the chance to really get to know the Portal yet, I would encourage you to do so – and let us know what you think!

Odette Lloyd
Communications Specialist
Community Learning Network


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