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Important Webinar on Alternative and Digital Credentialing; Watch and Listen to the Recording

Posted By Trent Batson Ph. D., AAEEBL, Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Important Webinar on Alternative and Digital Credentialing;
Watch and Listen to the Recording


Georgia Tech recently held a webinar entitled "Alternative, Stackable and Micro Credentials: Where are we headed?" The webinar lasted for three hours – but you can jump ahead in the recording if you can’t watch the full 3 hours. (You can click on each new speaker listed in a kind of table of contents on the webinar page).  The recording is at this link:

I found the webinar to be valuable from the perspective of the eportfolio field.  I think you will also.  Below are emails from Dan Hickey and Malcolm Brown regarding the webinar and availability of the webinar recording. 


From Dan Hickey:

Badges CG members:

GA Tech organized a nice webinar for National Distance Learning Week: "Alternative, Stackable and Micro Credentials: Where are we headed?"  Will include talks by Kyle Bowen, Patrina Law, Denise Paster, Alan Reid, Mark Lueba, Kyle Peck, Nelson Baker, Yakut Gazik and me.  I am particularly excited to be showing of some really great new interactions occuring around digital badges in Portfolium as a major step forward towards true learning recognition networks.

Dan Hickey
Indiana University

Daniel T. Hickey

Professor and Program Coordinator
Learning Sciences Program

Research Scientist and Director
Participatory Assessment Lab

Center for Research on Learning and Technology
Indiana University

501 Eigenmann Hall
Bloomington, IN  47401

desk: 812-856-2344


From Malcolm Brown, ELI:

The event that Dan mentioned in his earlier post was a terrific event; all the presenters shared valuable insights and perspectives. It provides an excellent snapshot of where things stand, and also a glimpse into the future (Kyle Peck’s presentation).

Fortunately those who could not attend can still take in the sessions.  Here is a link to the recording:

Like the event itself, access to the recording is free of charge. 

Best M

Malcolm Brown

Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative


Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good

282 Century Place, Suite 5000, Louisville CO 80027

direct: 720-406-6745


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