To promote information sharing, networking, and collaboration, OVC TTAC is creating online learning communities to support specific groups and populations. These secure online communities provide easy access to tools such as templates and guidelines, and promote collaboration in order to facilitate learning.
What is an Online Learning Community?
An online learning community (OLC) is a vehicle through which learning occurs online. Members of the community create the community and make it successful. OLCs include groups of people who share a common sense of purpose and a desire to share work-related knowledge and experience.
Consultant Learning Community
To support organizations that work with victims of crime, OVC maintains a pool of highly skilled consultants with expertise in a variety of topics including program development (e.g., strategic planning, TA design and delivery), victimization issues (e.g., crisis response), crime (e.g., sexual assault, human trafficking), and victim assistance settings (e.g., community-based/nonprofit, military).
If you are already a consultant for OVC, you can enter your learning community here.
Human Trafficking Grantees Learning Community
OVC TTAC announces the online learning community for the Human Trafficking Grantees. This community supports the OVC Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program grantees.