There is rapidly growing interest in higher education about microcredentials and badges. The why of adopting a microcredential strategy was explored in a recent WCET Frontiers blog, “Considering Your “Why”- How Developing a Microcredential Strategy Will Help Your Students (and Your University) Thrive.” Microcredentials create shorter-term pathways for learners and earners. Additionally, they can aid student recruitment and retention. Microcredentials can also connect pathways and career advancement. But how do you get a microcredential initiative started at your institution? Join this webcast on October 12 to hear from three panelists eager to share their journey and answer your questions. The panelists will cover:
• Where to begin.
• Who should be included in the conversations?
• Engaging students.
• Evaluating options for microcredentials, platforms, and badges.
• Defining microcredentials and outcomes.
• Determining governance structure.
• And more.
This webcast is hosted in partnership with LearningMate.