The Carnegie Foundation’s Collaborative Technology team is hosting a series of webinars that address the intellectual and technical challenges of conducting networked improvement work. Webinar recordings will be added to this page as they are completed. Check our Events page for upcoming webinars.

Questions from the Education Field

In this webinar, Carnegie’s Collaborative Technology, Networked Improvement Science, and Evidence & Analytics teams answer crowdsourced questions from the education field about the intersections of education, technology, and systems improvement work.

Best Practices from an Improvement Champion on Using Technology for Network Learning

In this webinar, improvement champion Sofi Frankowski, Chief Learning Officer for Schools That Lead, discusses her experience running a NIC, shares the successes and challenges she encountered, offers advice to leaders of new networks, and explains how the Carnegie Foundation’s Networked Improvement Learning and Support (NILS) platform facilitated her improvement and NIC-management efforts.

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Technology, Strategy Development, and Change Cycles in Networks

In this webinar, Carnegie Senior Vice President Paul LeMahieu provides insight into how technology can facilitate learning in the testing phase of a networked improvement community.

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Technology and Creating a Theory of Change in Networks

In this webinar, Carnegie Networked Improvement Science Associate Simone Palmer explains how improvement communities structure a network, orchestrate work, and articulate a theory of practice improvement.

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Collaborative Learning and Technology in Network Improvement Communities

This webinar features former Carnegie Foundation president Anthony Bryk in a conversation that explores the collaborative learning challenges encountered by networked improvement communities.

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Leveraging Technology for Your Continuous Improvement Work

This webinar presents a conversation with Sofi Frankowski, Chief Learning Officer at Schools That Lead, about ways to conduct meaningful improvement work at a distance.