Edalex are thrilled to once again be recognised in the Australia and New Zealand EdTech 50 - HolonIQ’s annual list of the most innovative EdTech startups from across the region. The 2021 list was announced during a live webinar on October 12th.
Leading Australian edtech company Edalex has partnered with Queensland’s largest and most experienced Vocational Education and Training (VET) provider, TAFE Queensland, and is offering people an exciting range of micro-credentials designed to deliver industry and skills-aligned training to fill skills gaps in the areas of new technologies, digital and enterprise skills.
Edalex, the edTech company on a mission to surface learning outcomes, digital assets and the power of individual achievement, today announced the launch of a suite of revolutionary Skills-First Evidence Alignment tools, available globally for the first time through their Credentialate platform.
Edalex, the edtech company on a mission to surface learning outcomes, digital assets and the power of individual achievement, today announced the final formation of its inaugural Credentialate Advisory Group, a strategic panel of thought leaders focused on bridging the gap between education and the world of work.
Edalex, the edtech company on a mission to surface learning outcomes, digital assets and the power of individual achievement, and the Council for Aid to Education, Inc. (CAE), a non-profit developer of performance-based and custom assessments that authentically measure students’ essential college and career readiness skills recently engaged online attendees in the workshop "Measurement of Learning Outcome Achievement – Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA+)" at the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) annual conference held in June.
Survey reveals employability driving future learning - but only 1 in 3 can differentiate their skills
A new survey by leading edtech company, Edalex, reveals that while the majority of learners would choose skills-based or alternative credentials for future learning, only a third of college graduates felt well prepared in differentiating their skills. This reinforces the imperative for personalised evidence of skills, with close to half of the respondents valuing such evidence - higher than the percentage who have actually received digital badges.
Edalex, an EdTech company on a mission to surface learning outcomes, digital assets and the power of individual achievement, has announced new tiered licensing options for Credentialate, the world’s first Credential Evidence Platform. The licensing options include Basic and Enterprise packages and a Free Proof of Concept has been introduced, to better suit institutions at all stages of their micro-credentialing journey.
The Apereo Foundation today announced the release of openEQUELLA 2020.2, the latest version of the open source platform.
The Council for Aid to Education, Inc. (CAE), a non-profit provider of performance-based assessments that authentically measure essential college and career skills, has partnered with Edalex, the Australian edtech developers of Credentialate, the world's first Credential Evidence Platform. Through the relationship, the companies will assess and validate students’ attainment of the skills essential for success in college and career – critical thinking, problem-solving and written communication.
Edalex one of the 50 most promising education technology startups in Australia and New Zealand according to leading market intelligence firm, HolonIQ