In this interview, Dan McFadyen, Managing Director of Edalex engages with Taylor Kendal, President of Learning Economy Foundation to explore LEF’s initiatives, including LearnCard and the LearnCloud, aiming to revolutionise education and employment record infrastructure through open-source, interoperable systems a.k.a Digital Skill Wallet. Their conversation anticipates a future where individuals have greater control over their learning and employment agenda, fostering socio-economy mobility rebalancing and lifelong learning opportunities, while the LEF’s vision extends to stewarding this infrastructure’s widespread adoption and impact over the next five years and beyond.
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WEBINAR RECORDING – Skills Wallet Solution Providing Students With Employment and Skills Progression Pathways
Watch Nicholas Robert Alderice, the CEO of Learning Vault, Margo Griffith, Principal Skills Consultant of Alex, and Darren Ponman, Principal of Hunter School of the Performing Arts (HSPA), as they delve into the journey of the Learner Dashboard solution from ideation to implementation.
Edalex will join over 1500 digital learning practitioners, researchers, and policymakers at the 2024 Digital Learning Annual Conference, taking place at the JW Marriott, Austin TX between 26 and 28 February 2024, to discuss the use of educational technology in enhancing student opportunities by boosting their skills visibility. This year, Margo Griffith, Head of Business Development at Edalex, will present her own session and participate in a panel discussion alongside other experts in the field of skills-based education technology. Further details can be found below.
Join Amber G. Duncan, Sharon Leu, and Dan McFadyen for a session on 29 Feb at CBExchange APAC 2024, where they delve into digital wallets solutions to transform skills-based talent marketplaces.
Digital Credentials Summit 2024 – Mapping the Future: Integrating Digital Credentials and Skills Frameworks
Join Haley Glover, Kathryn Uhles and Margo Griffith for this general session where they delve into a conversation focused on digital credentials and skills alignment.
Digital Credentials Summit 2024 – K-12 Mastery Progression Credentialing: Impact and Change Management
Join Dan McFadyen, Margo Griffith, and Darren Ponman for this solution showcase where they delve into a digital credentials solution designed for HSPA to track student progress towards mastery, reduce current reporting administrative overheads, and provide visibility across the learning journey for all stakeholders in the learning community.
Digital Credentials Summit 2024 – We Are More Than Our Grades: Skills Visibility for Equity and Mobility
Join Dan McFadyen and Margo Griffith for this solution showcase where they will guide you through the steps of enabling skill visibility for your organization, fostering equity and mobility for learners.
Adult learning transforms from alternative to preferred pathway, embracing skills over degrees. Lifelong learning challenges outdated norms amid declining trust in higher education. What drives this shift? Digital credentials and employer-led programs emerge, but face obstacles in the four-year college system. As industries evolve, rapid reskilling and digital verifiable skills evidence become vital. How can you navigate this educational revolution? Let’s start from community colleges and digital credentialing.
Dan McFadyen, Managing Director of Edalex and Kate Valenti, Co-Chief Executive Officer at Unicon Inc. explore the evolving education landscape as they delve into key aspects of Competency-Based Education (CBE), the integration of General Artificial Intelligence (GenAI), and the redefinition of qualifications beyond traditional degrees. The conversation is divided into 6 thought-provoking chapters, each shedding light on different aspects of their covered topics.
The purpose of education in any form can really be boiled down to one thing: opportunities including personal improvement, career advancement, increased income levels, and increased levels of personal satisfaction. Skills-based education, hiring, and even the creation of job listings are the future. What does that opportunity look like?