On Wednesday the 25th of November 2020, OpenLearning held its inaugural OpenLearning Micro-credential Symposium - a complimentary virtual event designed to unpack the potential of micro-credentials.
In hosting the Symposium, we were hoping to:
We are aware that not everyone had a chance to register or were able to attend for the full day. This space serves as a resource hub of recordings, information and resources you might find useful.
You can now access recordings from the OpenLearning Micro-credential Symposium 2020 by clicking the “Watch Video” links below.
The OpenCreds framework outlines how the education providers can provide a market-leading lifelong learning and micro-credentialing experience that prepares Australian learners for the future of work.
Established to facilitate best practices in micro-credentials across professional learning, vocational education and training, and higher education, regionally and globally. OpenLearning is calling for nominations from interested parties to be part of a committee of 6-7 individuals who will meet (virtually) at least quarterly to support the Consortium's objectives.
Established with open Universities Australia (QUA) to support universities via the creation of 30 OpenCreds.
Established to support private higher education providers, vocational education and training organisations, industry associates, and professional bodies via the creation of up to 35 OpenCreds.
Would you like further information about how OpenLearning can help with your organisation's micro-credential strategy?