Learn about College Board online communities and discussion groups
College Board online communities include forums open to all as well as invitation-only groups for particular programs.
AP Teacher Community
The AP Teacher Community provides an online collaboration space for educators to connect and share resources, best practices and more. It is the voice of the AP community, led by AP teachers and professionals and moderated by a fellow educator. Discuss instructional strategies and subscribe to topics of interest to you and your classroom.
The AP Teacher Community currently supports over 10 AP courses, and communities supporting all remaining courses will roll out by the fall of 2012. Learn more and join your colleagues today!
AP Central® Electronic Discussion Groups
AP Central offers Web-based groups for all AP courses and other AP-related topics. These Electronic Discussion Groups (EDGs) let you post and view messages both online and via email. Participate in the AP Central EDGs.
The Electronic Discussion Groups are evolving into the AP Teacher Community to provide improved and expanded capabilities for resource sharing, collaboration and topical discussions. As the EDG for each course migrates to this enhanced online experience, the Listserv will remain as a read-only archive. Visit the AP Teacher Community to learn more.
College Board Electronic Discussion Groups
College Board Electronic Discussion Groups are a place for lively, online exchanges among education professionals on issues of mutual concern. If you wish to participate, please read the College Board Electronic Discussion Group Disclaimer.
Participate in College Board Electronic Discussion Groups.
College Board Communities
College Board Communities give education professionals tools to collaborate online using technologies such as discussion boards, document sharing, and blogs. These communities are accesssible by invitation only from participating programs.