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WEBINAR RECORDING: Micro-Credentials and Essential Academic and Career Skills - Measuring Learning Outcomes

Edalex and CAE Examine Essential Academic and Career Skills

Edalex, the EdTech company that unleashes the power of skills data, digital assets, and personal credentials, partnered with the Council for Aid to Education, Inc. (CAE), a non-profit developer of assessments that measure students’ academic and career readiness, earlier this month to host a webinar on the importance of essential skills in preparing students for career success, and the use of micro-credentials to demonstrate proficiency in these areas. 

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Whitepaper - Harnessing Your Skills Data: Recognition and Representation of Workplace Skills

Harnessing Your Skills Data: Recognition and Representation of Workplace Skills

What are the steps that lead to an organisation’s ability to produce personal evidence? How can organisations capture, aggregate and manage their skills data in an automated way? How can they bring to light underutilised dark data’ hiding in their existing systems? And how can they align learner performance data to industry recognised definitions and frameworks? This whitepaper details the what, how and why education providers of all types can participate fully in the burgeoning Skills Economy and prepare their learners for the future world of work.

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Employment vs. Employability Data - Assessing Current & New Data Needs

Employment vs. Employability Data – Assessing Current & New Data Needs

What’s the difference between employment and employability data? What can employability data tell us about a learner’s job or career prospects? In this information-rich Credentialate Guide we look at the currently available data and what data we could be capturing to give us a better understanding of learner employability, with the ultimate aim of driving graduate employability outcomes.

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Lens on Learners - Employability Outcomes of Recent College Graduates

Lens on Learners – Employability Outcomes of Recent College Graduates

So far in our Lens on Learners series, we have looked at lifelong learners, those who are unemployed and underemployed, and those still in grades K-12 (or their country equivalent of elementary and high school). However, we haven’t as yet addressed one group, one that we still need to talk about – those learners who are recent college graduates. These learners currently face the question “What now?” Let’s dive in and see…

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The European Approach to Micro-Credentials

The European Approach to Micro-Credentials

In this conversation style interview, Margo Griffith and Professor Mark Brown, Director of the National Institute for Digital Learning at Dublin City University have a wide-ranging discussion on the European approach to micro-credentials. Their discussion explores the mindset that education is a ‘public good’ in Europe, how micro-credentials support lifelong learning in that setting and his experiences in helping to establish a whole-of-Europe framework.

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Lens on Learners - Capturing K-12 Non-Formal Learning Achievements

Lens on Learners – Capturing K-12 Non-Formal Learning Achievements

Continuing our Lens on Learners series, we come to one of the most challenging and perhaps most important topics of all, yet one of the most difficult to navigate. We talk about the skills gap, the need for soft skills and ways to quantify, measure, and document them when it comes to universities, trade schools, and even adult learning, but what about starting even earlier?

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