Personal evidence and the skills they recognise are game changers for learners to earners and those seeking to progress their careers. But the greatest benefit by far, is that they provide a fuller picture to educators, learners and employers, in a way that is transparent, contextualised and relevant. Let’s look at why personal evidence is on the rise and its impacts on the stakeholders of the skills ecosystem.
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Edalex announces Credentialate Provisional Evidence Records that recognise progression towards mastery and Personal Evidence Record redesign
Edalex, the EdTech company powering your single source of truth for skills and learning data is excited to announce updates to the design and functionality available in its Credentialate platform: in partnership with Learning Vault, the ability to recognise progression towards mastery through Provisional Evidence Records, and a redesign of their Personal Evidence Record, which includes the introduction of greater labour market context. These enhancements extend the usability of the platform and provide greater value to learners, with the ultimate goal of increasing learner agency and participation within the skills ecosystem.
Edalex announces Learning Vault partnership – two Australian companies with a common vision for developing innovative EdTech
Edalex, the EdTech company powering your single source of truth for skills and learning data, is excited to announce an integration and development partnership with Learning Vault, a company designed to enable educational experiences consistently throughout a person’s lifetime. By leveraging each other’s technologies in open collaboration, the partnership has been able to speed the development of innovative EdTech and integrate with each other’s platforms deeply.
Edalex announces Credentialate Alliance research results – 76% of learners more confident in expressing skills
Edalex, the EdTech company powering your single source of truth for skills and learning data, is thrilled to release the results of their Edalex Credentialate Alliance research project and share key findings, outcomes and future implications – including that 76% of learners are more confident speaking about their skills after receiving a personal evidence record
Edalex are one of 12 inaugural members of the XCredit Skills Validation Network, launched on 19 January 2023 by the Education Design Lab to empower individuals who are STARs.
Skills-based learning has developed beyond a conversation and has become the focus of many learning institutions from higher education to community colleges, career-specific educators, internal company training, and more. Why?
12 October 2022 Duration – 90 Minutes 11:00am – 12:30 (KSA) On 12 October 2022, Edalex took part in the NeLC webinar series on the topic of “Stackable Micro-Credentials: Industry Perspective”. Watch the webinar recording below. In the second part of this webinar series, the panelists examine the dynamic state of the skills movement, the move towards skills-based hiring and skills-based learning and the requirement from a business perspective that need to be in a place to facilitate this change. They also address the need to consider the unlying technology stack to ensure both human and machine visibility at scale via open linked data standards
5 October 2022 Duration – 90 Minutes 11:00am – 12:30 (KSA) On 5 October 2022, Edalex took part in the NeLC webinar series on the topic of “Stackable Micro-Credentials in K-12 and Higher Education”. This webinar offer an international context around stackable micro-credentials from Secondary High School, Higher Education, and technology enablement perspectives. The panelists have had significant experience in setting micro-credentialing strategy both across an institution and across educational sectors. They also have operational experience in the implementation of those micro-credentialing strategies to optimise learner outcomes.
When we talk about education, we often describe it as a tool for economic mobility. We tell high school kids to go to college, get a degree, and that is the path to a good career. For adult learners, we advocate that they go back to school, finish that degree, get a master’s or a doctorate – easy ways to “get ahead” and enhance their ability to move forward in their careers.
WEBINAR RECORDING: The Assessment Summit – Cultivating New Approaches to Assessment in Workplace L&D
6 October 2022 Duration – 30 Minutes 4:00 – 4:30pm AEDT Assessment is something we don’t think or talk about enough in learning and development, but it’s one of the keys to transforming the impact of what we do in L&D. The Assessment Summit by Sprout Labs brings together some of the world’s most accomplished learning experts to share a smorgasbord of practical, actionable advice on assessment.