The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching released an enhanced version of the Networked Improvement Learning and Support (NILS) platform on October 18, 2022.
Enhancements in the October 2022 2.0 NILS Release:
NIC Learning Artifact:
The NIC learning artifact feature has been added to NILS:
- Hub members can author syntheses of a network’s learning on the site’s NIC Learning page. Posts authored on the page can incorporate PDSA cycles run through NILS, as well as posts published in activities and groups. Network members can view and engage with NIC learning artifacts on the NIC Learning page.
The fishbone diagram feature has been updated as follows:
- Hub members can add additional details about a fishbone diagram element via a rich text interface and by attaching resource materials, links, and resource people to the element. Historical versions of the diagram can also be saved, replicating the driver diagram version functionality.
How is this different from the previous version?
- NIC Learning Artifact
- The NIC Learning page and the artifact authoring feature are now available on the NILS platform.
- Fishbone Diagram
- The fishbone diagram now replicates existing driver diagram functionalities, allowing for the attachment of supplementary information to diagram elements and historical versioning.
If you have questions or encounter any issues with this new version of NILS, please contact us through the Help Desk.