Communication Resources

We have developed numerous materials to help foster the implementation and expansion of the Linked Learning approach. The resources below—created in partnership with Linked Learning Alliance members and partner organizations—are intended to help the Linked Learning field of educators, employers, policymakers, parents and students learn about Linked Learning and talk about Linked Learning in a compelling and consistent way.

All materials listed here are open source, meaning they are free and available for use by the Linked Learning field with no permission needed.

Most Frequently Used Materials

Below are some general resources that are useful for all audiences:

Please see the links below for tools and resources tailored to specific audiences.

Materials for Key Audiences

The best way to talk clearly about Linked Learning and its benefits can vary depending on your audience. Select who you’re trying to talk to from the options below in order to see the available resources and materials tailored to that audience.

Logos, Photos and Design Files

Below are some logos and stock photos that partners are free to use for Linked Learning materials:

If you need to know more about the design aspects of the Linked Learning shared identity, please reference our style guide.