ArCOP's Learning Labs are online Webinars providing training and education related to our mission. In 2019 the free Labs are scheduled for the second Monday of each month at 12pm. There will be no Learning Lab in July. Each webinar usually lasts less than an hour and can be accessed via Zoom using the information below:
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Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 503 642 760
2019 Learning Lab Topics
2/11/19 ArCOP 101
3/11/19 Collective Impact
4/8/19 How to Work with Local Policy Makers
5/13/19 Making the Business Case for Growing Healthy Communities
6/10/19 How to Use Data
8/12/19 Growing Healthy Classrooms
9/9/19 Growing Healthy Worksites
10/14/19 Creative Economy, Infusing the Arts
11/11/19 Making the Case for Access and Inclusion
12/9/19 Grant Writing 101, Telling Your Story
February Learning Lab "ArCOP 101"
This Learning Lab from February 11th focuses on how ArCOP works. Find out how we are Growing Healthy Communities every day! Kimberly Boren and Katrina Betancourt share the story of how ArCOP came to be in 2007. Learn how our core mission of increasing access to healthy foods and physical activity is implemented across Arkansas.
March Learning Lab "Collective Impact"
What is Collective Impact? How can it transform the communities where we live? On March 11th Kimberly Boren shared some powerful insight into how non-profits, governments, and business can achieve much better outcomes by working together. The synergies created can help solve complex problems more efficiently.
April Learning Lab "How to Work with Local Policy Makers"
April's Learning Lab was presented by Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. They shared their experience on "How to Work with Local Policy Makers". The Lab lays out ways to connect and build working relationships with civic leaders to positively impact the communites where they operate.
June Learning Lab "Using Data to Inspire Healthy (F)acts"
June's Learning Lab topic is "Using Data To Inspire Healthy (F)acts". We were so thrilled to have Craig Wilson, the Director of Health Policy at the Arkansas Centers for Health Improvement, and Dr. Nichole Sanders, Assistant Director of Analytics at ACHI lead the presentation. Both shared their unique insight and technical expertise into why data is such a powerful tool in shaping public opinion and policy.