AACRAO Technology & Transfer Conference

New Orleans, Louisiana

A Roadmap for Connecting Educators, Learners, and Employers

Digital credentials will change the way we think about and represent learning, skills, and achievement. Institutions like UMUC and UWEX are collaborating to develop standards to facilitate the exchange of competency-based data and extended transcripts. Presenters will detail their programs, review lessons learned, share results, and discuss the opportunities for learners to digitally market 21st-century skills. Presenters will also introduce ideas for connecting employers and students.

  • Identify the components of a competency-based education model
  • Evaluate the feasibility of offering an extended transcript to students
  • Understand the roadmap being developed to connect students to workplace opportunities through innovative digital credentials
Monday, July 10, 2017, 8:15 - 9:15 a.m. CT
Speakers: Joellen Evernham Shendy, University of Maryland University College; Mark Leuba, 1EdTech Consortium; Dan Kellogg, University of Wisconsin Extension; Insiya Bream, University of Maryland University College