Highly interactive Learning Collaboratives are based on the belief that each person has something to offer and that shared, mutually respectful learning relationships sustain the community. The literature on training and TA supports the notion that building relationships is the most efficient and effective way to share knowledge with the field. As opposed to knowledge transfer, which is often a one-way flow of information from researchers to practitioners, learning communities are supportive of knowledge exchange, where a two-way flow of information can lead to an ongoing dialogue between knowledge producers and users and create learning opportunities for both groups.
Upcoming Learning Collaboratives sponsored by MCN will be listed on this page when they are open to enrollment.
MCN is also an active partner in the Project ECHO movement. Click here to find out more about MCN's ECHO learning opportunities.