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On these pages, the Research Committee will share our writing, curated content and insights into current and germane applied and academic research that is important for every learning professional.

The Research Committee writes, curates, and shares current and germane applied and academic research that is important for every learning professional.

The I4PL Research Committee helps cultivate an environment that addresses members’ needs around accessing relevant research and moves our profession forward by:

  • Creating knowledge, information exchange, and disseminating resources for chapters and communities’
  • Strengthening skill development opportunities for research practitioners
  • Promoting a member research-practitioner network that serves to empower and connect I4PL members nationally
  • Connecting researchers with our membership to participate in relevant, timely and important research topics for our profession

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Additional Resources
Development Dimensions International (DDI) (2020) Optimizing Your Leadership Development Program During the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak. Association for Talent Development (ATD).

O'Keeffe, Nikki (March 11 2020) Are you ready to facilitate in the virtual classroom? Association for Talent Development (ATD). 

Reeves, M. et al. (Feb 2020) Leading your business through the coronavirus crisis. Harvard Business Review.

Winthrope, Rebecca (Feb 2020) How has the coronavirus impacted the classroom? On the frontlines with Dr. Jin Chi of Beijing Normal University. Brookings: Education Plus Development Blog.
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