Credentials reform reshaping higher education

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Author: Charles Silvestro

Source: LinkedIn

Date: July 2016

Time spent in the classroom whether at university or in corporate training rooms is increasingly a remnant of outmoded thinking that equates seat time and credit-hours to knowledge attainment. Dynamic online platforms that measure learning outcomes and new systems that assess the value of disparate learning credentials will make it easier for students and workers to better demonstrate their skills and knowledge to employers. educausereview