🔜 Wed August 4 2021 — Community Call (Topic: Volunteer-led learning circles)

You’re invited to P2PU’s community call!

Volunteer-led learning circles are a way to support your community members’ agency in reaching their own learning goals. Join us for a discussion around a new set of tools designed to help libraries (and other community organizations) establish a community-led learning circle program.

Community calls happen on the first Wednesday of the month and are an open forum to discuss topics relevant to learning circles and the P2PU community. All are welcome to join, regardless of experience with learning circles.

When?

:date: Wednesday, August 4th from 12–1 PM ET
(your timezone: 2021-08-04T16:00:00Z2021-08-04T17:00:00Z)

Where?

:computer: Join via computer or smartphone: meet.google.com/xna-dahq-fmf
:telephone_receiver: Call in via phone: +1 401-903-2768‬ (PIN: ‪125 961 305‬#)

We host our calls online using Google Meet. You do not need a Google account to join, and you can connect by computer, cell phone, or a landline. For tips, watch How to Join a Video Meeting (03:54)

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Hi all, looking forward to seeing you this week!

The call will be led by Dan Hensley, an Adult Programming Coordinator at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the program lead for We Learn, a peer-learning initiative developed in an IMLS-funded partnership with P2PU and 3 additional partner libraries. Dan will share about the IMLS project and present We Learn’s free handbook outlining strategy for finding, organizing, and managing volunteers in libraries of all shapes and sizes, then we’ll take some time for community conversation.

See the call agenda
See a draft of the handbook for starting volunteer-led learning circle programs: WeLearn Staff Guide