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Monday, July 9, 2012

Learning Organization Academy

Where: Wellesley College Club
727 Washington Street
Wellesley , Massachusetts

When:8:30 am Monday, July 9 - 4:00 pm Wednesday, July 11

Note: Registration begins at 7:30am

Workshop Organizer: Gina Siesing of Tufts University, Dave Wedaman of Brandeis University and Colleen Wheeler of Wheaton College

The Learning Organization Academy (LOA) is a novel professional development opportunity, created in response to demand from NERCOMP members.

LOA Fellows are library, IT, and other higher education professionals who are committed to increasing a culture of learning in their workplaces.

Beginning with a summer immersion experience, LOA will provide a year-long support structure for participating teams as they conceive, design and implement practical, exploration-oriented projects that transform workplaces into learning organizations.

We look forward to welcoming our first class in July of 2012 and throughout the 2012-2013 academic year. We hope you’ll consider joining us!

We welcome your team’s registration for the inaugural Learning Organization Academy in 2012-13.


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