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Present relevant information in supporting documents or email for people to review in advance. Then use the meeting to focus on questions and collaboration.
Compare distance and face-to-face learning, learn which is better, and discover tools available for the training you need to give.
The Common Learning Portal (CLP) is the hub of collaborative knowledge building for the NPS workforce.
The purpose of this document is to provide instructions for NPS users who want to create a group in the Commons on the Common Learning Portal (CLP) website.
This article from Harvard Business Review gives some practical insights and ideas on how to manage the demands of the workplace and raising our children.
The health and well-being of employees has a direct correlation to the health and well-being of a Park or work unit; learn how you can incorporate wellness into your park or program.
NPS digital products are a major part of every staff member’s and visitor’s experience each day, and the NPS continues to excel in providing new and innovative ways to use digital tools to enhance what we do. The new “Bison Bytes” is a series to highlight excellent digital work in the NPS. This quarterly series
What's the difference between the CLP and DOI Talent? Use this “cheat sheet” to distinguish how they’re different – and how they work together to improve your learning experience.
This page is designed for National Park Service employees who want to explore funding options for external educational opportunities.
The revised Section 508 Standards & Section 255 Guidelines address many changes to technology that have occurred since 2000. Learn more about these changes!
Looking to add to the CLP? How do you start creating educational CLP materials? Description | Plan | Design | Develop | Maintain The Content Authoring Training Series has been specifically designed for rapid content publishing on the CLP, yet ensures your content is educationally sound. Through the training series, you will learn how to create
The Society for Human Resource Management is the world's largest HR professional society, providing education, certification and networking resources.
Would your work group like to learn more about the Common Learning Portal (CLP)? Well, we've got a tour for that!
This post provides guidance and best practices on how to create & maintain accessible content as required in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Employee-led groups advancing relevancy, diversity, and inclusion throughout the NPS. Find and join a group!
The Trainer Toolbox Summary provides training tools and resources that any trainer or presenter can use to create and/or improve their course content.
NPS Management Policies 2006 is the basic Service-wide policy document of the NPS. Learn more about how it informs management decisions.
The Standard Operating Procedures for Creating Accessible Audio/Visual Media assist NPS personnel in complying with the ICT Standards and Guidelines.
Learn how the NPS is using DOJ regulations on service animals to develop policies for visitors with disabilities and how to comply.
Instructions for content teams who are creating or editing News Articles on the Common Learning Portal (CLP) website
CLP Learning Activities are informal educational resources to help learners engage with interactive information right on the CLP. Use this guide to learn how to create and publish them.
Reviews the WCAG 2.0 standard, highlighting Level A and AA Success Criteria and its effects to Sections 508 and 255 standards and guidelines.
In this advanced session, the presenters discuss the provisions of Chapter 5 Software in the revised Section 508 Standards and Section 255 Guidelines.
Overview The Revised Section 508 Standards were published in the Federal Register on January 18, 2017. What will change when they become enforceable? This recorded webinar compares the 2000 Section 508 Standards with the 2017 Revised Section 508 Standards. The presenters conduct a side-by-side review of the old versus revised Section 508 Standards. What is different? What
More than one-third of all workday injuries are caused by poor ergonomics. In this article, learn how to improve your work space and keep your body healthy.