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Knowledge into Action: MFLN Virtual Conference Follow-up Activity Planning

This discussion-based session is a follow-up to the MFLN Virtual Conference: Learning through Change. All session and keynotes archives are available via the conference homepage.

Several participants in the virtual conference expressed an interest in participating in additional social learning activities to extend the conference discussion. Whether you attended the live sessions or watched recordings, please join us for a planning chat to discuss your interests and map out our next steps! There are opportunities for working out loud groups, additional chat sessions in APAN, social media groups, and more. Let’s build and/or expand our professional networks together based on our interest in working and learning through change in professional landscapes. We hope you can join us!

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