This episode of the Driving Participation podcast from Iris Creative covers trends in micro-credentialing, including digital badges. Links to useful resources on the subject are included.
A comprehensive overview of recent efforts to transcript digital badges, competencies, internships, and other non-traditional sources of educational experience.
Efforts are under way to capture a broader range of learning experiences and create frameworks to curate them, providing a more holistic view of student learning.
A collection of key resources and documents on copyright concerns vis-a-vis online courses. Includes a contribution from UO’s Andrew Bonamici. A useful companion piece that supports local efforts to assist faculty with this topic.
The resources in this issue explore the changing landscape of copyright in academic settings, with particular attention to the role that technology plays in the use of intellectual property in higher education.
Diaz, Attardo, Bonamici, Eke, Guevara, Hoas, McDaniel, O’Neill, and Stoute (2015). 7 Things You Should Read About Copyright in Online Education: Perspectives and Models. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, EDUCAUSE.
A summary of the areas of highest relevance for administrators interested in expanding their institution’s academic profile in ways that are both intellectually innovative and fiscally responsible.
Many factors are involved in leading academic transformation, including a focus on stakeholder-centered design, relevance of credentials, and the strategic use of technology. Academic transformation has the potential to restore higher education’s sustainability and bring renewed levels of excellence and student achievement.
Morris & Smith (2015). 7 Things You Should Know About Leading Academic Transformation. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, EDUCAUSE.