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Credentialate Insightful Resources List

We are at a pivotal moment in time where education, employability, labour markets and individual careers are all being impacted by global political, environmental and technological change.

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Date Added Author / Publisher Title
24 November 2020 Edalex / EduBrief Rethinking Employability Beyond 2020: Ten Recommendations for Universities
24 November 2020 IBM IBM Connected Credentials: Recognizing Skill Development and Progression
24 November 2020 EHEA Rome 2020 Rome Ministerial Communiqué
24 November 2020 The Institute for Working Futures Widening the Talent Pipeline: Facilitating STEM Careers in New-Collar Jobs in Australia
24 November 2020 EDUCAUSE Microcredentialing / Alternative Credentialing: Resources and Literature
24 November 2020 Australian Government Workforce of the Future: Focus on Mining (VIDEO)
9 November 2020 EDUCAUSE Top IT Issues, 2021: Emerging from the Pandemic
9 November 2020 Melbourne Graduate School of Education Futureproofing Students - What they need to know and how educators can assess and credential them
9 November 2020 Work-Learning Research Factors That Support Training Transfer: A Brief Synopsis of the Transfer Research
9 November 2020 KPMG KPMG Connected Enterprise for Higher Education
9 November 2020 National Institute for Digital Learning Micro-Credential Observatory
9 November 2020 EduBrief Resources
27 October 2020 International Labour Organisation Guidelines On Rapid Assessment Of Reskilling And Upskilling Needs In Response To The COVID-19 Crisis
27 October 2020 Microbol Micro-credentials Linked To The Bologna Key Commitments
27 October 2020 American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Learning And Employment Records Progress And The Path Forward
27 October 2020 ACODE Survey Of Micro-credentialing Practice In Australasian Universities 2020
27 October 2020 Faethm AI  
27 October 2020 Working Futures Human Capability Standards Reference Model
27 October 2020 Otago Polytechnic Digital Platform That Empowers Learners To Develop
Work-ready Capabilities, And Connects The Right Learners To The Right Employers
27 October 2020 Open Skills Network  
27 October 2020 Concentric Sky/Badgr + Credential Engine  
27 October 2020 Badgr Incorporating Emsi Skills In Badges

 

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