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Guide to Successful Accreditation Developed by Student Learning Assessment Leader, Chalk & Wire

Guide to Successful Accreditation Developed by Student Learning Assessment Leader, Chalk & Wire

Student learning assessment leader, Chalk & Wire, is pleased to introduce the Guide to Successful Accreditation / Reaccreditation. The free 10-page download will help higher education institutions navigate student learning assessment and the accreditation / reaccreditation process.

The Guide to Successful Accreditation / Reaccreditation covers a variety of areas that higher education institutions should be familiar with to ensure a smoother path to accreditation / reaccreditation including:
Introduction to Achieving Accreditation,
Preparing for Institutional Change,
The Difference between Grades and Educational Assessment, and
10 Steps to Successfully Achieve Accreditation / Reaccreditation through Educational Assessment

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Future of Higher Ed: Credentials & Badging, Part 2. Be Prepared with Skills Badges

Future of Higher Ed: Credentials & Badging, Part 2. Be Prepared with Skills Badges

The concept of a badge is a very deep-rooted one; everyone is familiar with merit badges from scouting. Badges are bite-sized visual representations that denote evidence of skills and experience. In the world of higher education, badging is becoming a sophisticated technology to verify learning.

Open Badges are a relatively new technology standard for recognizing and documenting student learning. Beginning with Mozilla’s Open Badge Project in 2011-12, and with help from the MacArthur Foundation, a standard for badges as digital micro-credentials emerged. By 2013, over 1,450 organizations were issuing badges worldwide.

Why are badging & credentialing important in higher education? Badging is an ideal way to prove skills and experience to employers.

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