Learning Exchange: What’s Next? You tell us!

July 26th, 2011

The Learning Exchange takes a break before launching a new programming season in September. Thank you to everyone who joined us online, asked questions, found the chat box or connected post-event for a private screening. And a special thanks to the incredible presenters who shared their valuable time and expertise with us.

We’ll be back in September with a new program calendar, and a special focus on how local authorities contribute to successful immigrant integration .

Please tell us what webinar topics interest you! Pick your top themes using this 1 minute survey >>Go to survey!

This year, over 800 registrants joined us to explore these topics:

What’s next? To help us develop our programming calendar, we want to know which topics interest you! Thank you for completing our survey!

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