CDLI is currently in the process of developing and piloting a training curriculum that supports Calgarians to improve their communities. Stay tuned for its release! There are a number of other manuals and guides
In 2013 CDLI piloted a reflective practice learning initiative. Insights into the process and learnings of this initiative are highlighted in a discussion paper prepared by Liz McDougall and Laura Comfort
Explore Outcomes Harvesting, a promising evaluation tool to monitor impact that allows for reflection at all stages of implementation.
This resource developed by the Ethnocultural Council of Calgary offers tools and strategies to support residents, agencies and practioners
Over an extended phase CDLI worked with a number of community development programs and initiates in Calgary: to increase evaluative thinking capacity in the CD sector; to engage them in collective reflection
The Community Development Learning Initiative supports learning that strengthens citizen-led community development in Calgary. We know that the