Alternative Credentialing: Current Perspectives

by: Madhav Patel

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Alternative credentialing can be thought of as non-conventional educational pathways (i.e. micro-credentials, digital badges, industry recognized certificates) provided by organizations (i.e. academic institutions, corporations) that provide an avenue for individuals to attain and enhance targeted skills for employment in various industries.1 In an article…

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