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How do I get involved with the CLP?

Overview

The CLP is a space for collaborative knowledge building. We recognize that the NPS workforce has a lot of expertise at all levels, from the Supervisory Park Ranger at Dinosaur National Monument who is an expert in Interpretation, Geology, and Night Skies to the Associate Director for Workforce and Inclusion who has expertise in Workforce and HR Management. The CLP absolutely has to be a tool which encourages active engagement and contributions from all members of the NPS workforce.

How Do I Get Involved?

  1. Start a Commons Group:  If you search the CLP Commons groups and don’t see the group you’re looking for, you can start your own group. Please do not create orphaned groups; if you create it, you’ll need a plan to manage it. Joining the conversation in the Commons is the best place to get help, but the CLP’s Communities of Learning Manager can answer any questions you might have about the time commitment involved and also offer one-on-one support.
  2. Report a Bug:  You can report a bug or make a feature request in the CLP Website Updates and Maintenance group in the CLP Commons.
  3. Publish an Educational Resource:  Do you have a training class or educational resource you’d like to get published on the CLP? Just let us know via the Submit A Resource form.
  4. Tell Others About the CLP:  We need your help to spread the word! When you’re training that new group of seasonal employees, point them to this wealth of curated educational resources and learning communities. This printable CLP Overview and poster can help you explain the CLP to others. The CLP team is also excited to present to your group – request a presentation and earn the CLP Champ badge!

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