KU resource for community change expands to offer online courses

An online resource based at the University of Kansas and accessed by more than 6 million people annually has expanded to offer a group of online courses focused on leadership, communication, advocacy and much more. The courses are a part of the Community Tool Box, a project of the Center for Community Health and Development.

While the majority of the website’s thousands of pages of information are free to access, the online learning courses target 16 core competencies for driving community change with lessons, activities and video lectures.

Overhead shot of people gathered around a table on computers and other devices.

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