Welcome to the page that outlines everything that you need to know to participate as an ALF. It can seem overwhelming trying to keep connected and understand what’s going on in the ALF network…It’s okay, embrace the chaos! Then take a look at this guide to help you get oriented.
If you have any suggestions for making this page better, send them over to [email protected] or post them at #support on Slack!
ALF Google Hangout
This is where we hold remote meetings. Save the link as a bookmark! It’s always the same. *As of 2017, this link now leads to a Zoom room rather than a Google Hangout.*
Network Community Mastery Board
*Fell out of use 2016 & Needs community to decide whether to replace or update*
This Trello board is where you can find information on community norms, practices, and protocol.
ALC Activity Feed
Blog posts, status updates, and new members all show up on the network activity feed.
We use a Google Drive shared folder to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and image sharing. Share your learning!
Logos & Brand Assets
ALC offers a bunch of branding that you and your learning center can work with. If you use Adobe products you can use this ALC library which contains brand colors and logos.
This link will take you to our branding folder in our shared Google Drive. Here you will find logos, fonts, and other graphics for web (.png) and for print (.svg & .eps).
You can learn more about how to use the logo and branding by checking out our Brand Guidelines page. It has everything you’ll need!
- @alcnetwork ~reposts from across the network
- @explora.alc ~ posts in Spanish (@seeds.of.freedom for Swedish)
- @fareofthefreechild ~ok so not an ALC…but Akilah rocks…
- @agilelearningcenternyc ~ALC-NYC
- ALC Network Page
- Agile Learning Facilitators Community
- Abrome Page has tons of articles <3
ALF Resource Pages
This is where our network chats in real time. On our Slack team we have channels for #support or #random discussion.
Slack is pretty free form. New members are added automatically to a few basic channels. Once you’re comfortable in those, or if you’re looking for something more, you can click Channels in your sidebar to peruse the offerings available.
Don’t see the topic or language you’re looking for? Click the + icon next to Channels to create a new channel! Just don’t forget to throw the news in #announcements so folks know to join.
Keep up with things going on around the network by joining #z-feed channels. There’s not much discussion in these, but they’ll show you who near you is downloading the Starter Kit or when Support forms come in from potential collaborators.
Here’s a blog post Drew wrote a few years ago about how to use Slack
The shared Calendar below is for InterALC events. Add events you want other ALFs to know about! You can always find the calendar on this website at: