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Degrees of Risk: What Gen Z and Employers Think About Education-to-Career Pathways... and How Those Views are Changing
American Student Assistance (ASA) and
Jobs for the Future (JFF)
Employability Report: Degree Requirements and Outdated Mindsets Accelerate the Current Talent Crunch
Review of University-Industry Collaboration in Teaching and Learning
Emeritus Professor Martin Bean CBE
Emeritus Professor Peter Dawkins AO
National Microcredentials FrameworkAustralian Government
Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Making Alternative Credentials Work - A New Strategy for HR Professionals
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the SHRM
Global Skills Report
Skilling Australia to Lock In Our Digital Future
AI Group Centre for Education and Training
Credential and Skill TransparencyCredential Engine
Skills Visibility: Why and How a Skills-Based Economy can be More Equitable
Education Design Lab
Building the Digital Credential Infrastructure for the FutureDigital Credentials Consortium
A Review of Workforce Education, 2020 to 2022: Two Years of Enormous Change
Alternative Credentials: Considerations, Guidance, and Best PracticesAACRAO
Lost Opportunities - Measuring the Unrealized Value of Skills Vacancies in Canada
The Conference Board of Canada
and Future Skills Centre
Jobs + Skills Summit Outcomes
Ecosystem Overview & Onboarding
Open Skills Network
Open Skills ImplementationOpen Skills Network
Action Guide to Rich Skill Descriptors
Open Skilss Network
Credentials to Employment: The Last Mile
Digital Credentials Consortium
Scaling Competencies as the Currency of Learning and Equitable Opportunity
Microcredentials for Labour Market Education and TrainingCEDEFOP
Going Digital - How Learning & Employment Records Shape Access to Education & Jobs
Universal Education at Brookings
A Global Perspective on the Potential and the Complexities of Micro-credentials
Discover where you are on your micro-credential journey and plan next stepsThe Micro-Credential Maturity Model is a tool to help you assess current offerings, explore organisational aspirations and map out potential steps towards implementing a micro-credential program.
- Defines 5 key stages of micro-credential deployment - ranging from initial exploratory
- Experiments through to an immersive, integrated experience
- Defines important factors, segmented into 7 facets
- Highlights sample scenarios and provides guidance on completing
- Identifies critical success factors to short-cut your learning and help you take action faster
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