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Members of the Metal Redlining Network learn from a variety of external sources including: students, local partners, research, community planning, policy, and allies who are interested in related justice outcomes. Sharing challenges and opportunities from experience helps others in the network adjust their approach, or build the confidence needed to try promising approaches shared by others, and it informs innovation.  Because of this better research, education, and community engagement approaches are used across the network and outcomes improve.  Both better approaches and improved outcomes (research, student, community) reinforce value for the experience and the cycle of learning continues, energized by external learning. Concept modified from Kastens and Manduca, 2017 (Fortner et al., accepted).
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Sarah Fortner, Carleton College
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