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My Learning Plan (MLP)

This application facilitates and streamlines planning, managing, tracking and evaluating the effectiveness of your professional learning opportunities. Employees request PD activities, send them for approval, manage their own portfolios and transcripts. Administrators approve requests, review teacher plans and assist the employee in fulfilling his PD obligations. MLP allows for catalogs of district and external coursework, discussion forums, bulletin boards, professional learning communities and targeted collaboration.

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MyLearningPlan professional development planning, management, and tracking tool.

This module gives you 24/7 anytime, anywhere access for you and your employees via the Internet.

Educators and support staff can complete and submit their individual learning plans online. Administrators receive them and complete online approval. Staff has up to date scheduling information.

Align professional learning to your overarching performance and student achievement goals. Administer certification, licensure, salary, district NCLB and Race to the Top requirements. Create and store completion certificates automatically.

Track and analyze budget codes to monitor spending actively and accurately. Download data to spreadsheets for further analysis and reporting.

Hardware: None

Software: Internet access software and Internet Service Provider

Prior to implementation of MyLearningPlan:

District staff must have current district-assigned email accounts. Teacher certification types and dates are required.

District Responsibilities:

1. Designate a system administrator to oversee security and system use

2. Designate a contact person to field questions from staff and communicate with the RIC

3. Build mandatory and optional tables

4. Use provided documentation and HELP to learn the application

5. Add/maintain required fields in preparation for import to MyLearningPlan

6. Work with WNYRIC support staff to secure user IDs and passwords for new employees

7. Use the software as it was intended, to maintain compliance with district contracts and state/federal government regulations

8. Set appropriate permissions for MyLearningPlan administrators

9. Provide email accounts and Internet access to appropriate staff using the application

10. Reprint and distribute documentation to teachers with assigned UserIDs

11. Inform the WNYRIC of any problems, difficulties or training needs

12. Report all necessary information to the appropriate agencies (e.g.,for certification renewal)


1. Contract administration, license tracking and invoicing.

2. Initiate contact for initial set-up and configuration of the website between the participating district and

3. Coordinate annual meeting of the MyLearningPlan User Group, a customer driven group dedicated to enhancing use, knowledge and functionality of My Leaning Plan.

4. Participate in Remote Configuration Meeting to setup My Learning Plan site for each district, including forms and routing.

5. Provide phone and email support.

6. Provide training at a per diem rate.

7. Provide MLP help/support, Monday-Friday, during normal business hours, via telephone or e-mail.

8. Develop and provide data extracts for importing into My Learning Plan.


1. Set-up and configuration of the website for participating districts, including tech support to aid districts in inputting participants' names.

2. Customize district MLP website to include the district's general info, professional development plan, goals, objectives, workshops and pre-approved activities.

3. One-time import of all district participants.

4. Provide MLP system operator rights to one district employee.

5. Configure MLP administrator rights to district administrators responsible for maintaining credit approvals, updating approved courses/activities, etc.

6. Implement / provide MLP support system (change requests, account maintenance, content changes, troubleshooting, etc.) to the designated district system operator.

7. All MLP change requests will be performed quarterly.

8. Apply continual software updates (including regulatory changes and enhancements).

9. Perform backups of MLP data.

The WNYRIC utilizes cost effective best practices determined by research that allows our experienced and trained technical staff to perform robust testing and support of the WNYRIC network in the areas of security, infrastructure, energy management, virtualization strategies, disaster recovery and business continuity. Therefore, we are able to be a district advocate for vendor contract issues and aggressively negotiate contract pricing and performance terms. 

Staff follow best practices in order to provide necessary security as it relates to the most recent student, teacher and principal data security and privacy regulations.

Service Desk can be reached Monday –Friday from 7:00 a.m. –  4:30 p.m. by calling (716) 821-7171, 1-800-872-0780 or by e-mail at  A representative will be available from 4:30 p.m. through 11:00 p.m to assist you with calls regarding emergency situations. During all other hours and holidays, a caller will receive important information regarding coverage.