Active Implementation Hub

The New Active Implementation Hub

The Active Implementation Hub is moving!  This site will remain active, giving you time to acclimate to the new site.  During this time of transition, we recommend that you review any resources you may have that contain hyperlinks to this site and update them to the new site.  Not all resources will have a direct transfer link.  Once we decide on the timeline to shut down this site, we will post it here!

The Active Implementation Hub is a free, online learning environment for use by any stakeholder — practitioners, educators, coaches, trainers, purveyors — involved in active implementation and scaling up of programs and innovations. The site goal is to increase the knowledge and improve the performance of persons engaged in actively implementing any program or practice.

While AI Modules and Lessons offer activities well-suited for many human service fields, the site currently focuses on active implementation and scaling up in the field of Education.  Most e-learning content is appropriate for implementation teams, implementation specialists, administrators and technical assistance/professional development providers at any level in a system (e.g., district, region, state, national).

Online Learning Includes:


Check out internet based training on active implementation, including content, activities and assessments, designed to be self-paced or blended with in pre-service or in-service training.

Lessons & Short Courses

AI Hub Lessons and Short Courses will get you and your team started using implementation tools and practices, so that you can build implementation skills and capacity. These resources can be used for self-paced learning or professional development in a team setting.

Resource Library

Find just-in-time active implementation resources and tools (e.g., planning tools, handouts and video clips)

The AI Hub is developed and maintained by the State Implementation and Scaling-up of Evidence-based Practices Center (SISEP) and the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN).  Content is added and updated regularly. For more information, contact or

Special thanks to Karen Blase, Dean Fixsen, Barbara Sims, and Jonathan Green, the original creators of the AI Hub. We continue to build upon the strong foundation they established with the AI Hub’s development in 2012.