Register for Events
Event registration is restricted to members of the tamarackcci.ca learning community. These events include tele-learning seminars, training workshops, peer learning opportunities, and face-to-face learning events with various thought leaders.
Create Your Profile
Your personal profile is your way to tell other community members about yourself, your work and your ideas and questions. This is also where you indicate your specific areas of interest - which is another way you can find others who are curious about - or working with - these same topics.
Join Groups and Build your Learning Community
When you dream alone, it remains just a dream; when you dream together it is the beginning of a new reality. ~ Brazilian Proverb
In our experience, learning opportunities are better translated into action when a committed group of people agrees to learn together. This site gives you the ability to create and/or join such groups with other CCI Online members.
Groups may be content-specific, based on geography, or galvanized by ideas that emerge from a blog. But, whatever the focus, we know these groups serve a common purpose: to link together leaders of community initiatives with a wider group of like-minded people who share a commitment to deepening their knowledge and learning together. It has been shown that these groups - sometimes known as Communities of Practice - offer participants confidence, courage, accelerated learning and “the energy needed to stay in the challenges and struggles of pioneering something new.”
Find Other Members
Use the topics of interest to search for others who are on similar paths of exploration. When you find others who share your interests, you can read their profiles, click on the links or publications they suggest, and comment on their blog posts to engage them, and others, in dialogue.
Publish Blog Posts
Your blog is a place where you can share "ahas" or stories about work in communities. Use it to: tell us your experiences and ideas; pass along resources that have helped you; ask questions that might invite others to help you see things from a different perspective. Blogs are also a way to engage with other members, celebrate successes and contribute to the learning of others. You can do this either by commenting on others' posts or by initiating online dialogues.
When you add publications to your profile, they become part of a rich and ever-growing community library. You can see the publications that other members have posted - either by searching their profiles, or by using the Search function located under the "Find" tab on this website.