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Sustainability Training
DAS Sustainability Training
iLearn Module - NEW

admin professional The DAS Sustainability Program and Human Resource Services Division developed a sustainability training module for state government. The module includes two sections:
  • Introduction to Sustainability: a basic look at concepts and the history of sustainability in state government - why is it important?
  • Sustainability in the Workplace: an advanced segment that includes ideas to improve workplace sustainability.
Both modules are available through iLearn and are accessible to any state employee with a computer. Each module takes 10-15 minutes to complete with one essay question, as well as a follow-up email in three months that asks the participants if they’ve changed any behaviors as a response to the training. The following steps will take you to the sustainability training:
  1. Log into iLearnOregon at https://ilearn.oregon.gov.
  2. Go to the Learning Center and search for the online classes called DAS - Introduction to Sustainability and DAS - Sustainability in the Workplace. 
  3. Enroll in the class by selecting Enroll under the action menu.  You will receive a confirmation that you are enrolled.
  4. To take the online course click on the title and it will launch in a separate window (NOTE:  You will need Adobe Flash Player in order to view the course). 
iLearn Guides
 

State Library Training Resources
In response to Oregon's sustainability initiative, the Oregon State Library has compiled a collection of resources on sustainability. This collection of books and DVDs includes material on pollution, climate change, recycling, saving energy, other sustainability topics, and two new book discussion kits.
 
These new discussion kits were produced by the Northwest Earth Institute in Portland and are designed for in-house training programs. Each kit contains a leader’s guide and 6 participant books. This link will take you to a full list of items in the collection.

State Library building  
in Salem
Discussion Course on Voluntary Simplicity Contents: The meaning of simplicity -- Living more with less -- Your money or your life -- Do you have the time? -- Living simply on Earth -- Example of a simple living action plan -- Simple living action plan -- Call to action
More about this kit
 
Discussion Course on Sustainable Systems at Work 
“A framework to help employees engage in the sustainability discussion in the workplace”
Contents Seeing the big picture -- Taking a closer look -- Framing sustainability -- Seeing it through -- Focusing on action
More about this kit
 
The Oregon State Library also provides state employees access to many “paperless” resources. The Books 24x7 Database contains several thousand electronic books on, such as: The Sustainable Enterprise: Profiting from Best Practices; Investing In A Sustainable World: Why Green Is The New Color Of Money On Wall Street; The Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook: When it All Comes Together; Making Sustainability Work: Best Practices in Managing and Measuring Corporate Socia;, Environmental and Economic Impacts.
 
Call the Oregon State Library to find out how you can check out any of these sustainability resources or other materials that are available to state employees. OSL Helpline: 503-378-8800.