Credential Engine Mentioned in Northeastern University Report

In December 2018, the Northeastern University Center for the Future of Higher Education and Talent Strategy released its report, “Educational Credentials Come of Age,” highlighting a survey it completed of 750 human resources leaders at U.S. employers to better understand the use and value of educational credentials in hiring. Credential Engine is proud to be

Credential Registry Learn and Build Summit Brings New Ideas to the Credential Marketplace

At VisArts Art Center in Rockville, Maryland among artist studios filled with representations of various artistic visions, a vision of a different sort is taking shape. A vision where students, workers, parents, education institutions, policymakers, veterans, and employers alike have access to real-time information about credentials and their content, meaning, and value in the market.

Getting Started on the Credential Registry

These instructions will help you navigate through the two-part process of account creation and adding an organization so you can publish data to the Credential Registry. Once you have confirmed your account and submitted your organization, you will need approval from the Credential Engine team before being able to publish. Once approved, you will receive

Application Showcase Summaries

Credential Engine has provided four Application Showcase’s to provide a behind-the-scenes look at how the Credential Registry and its data can be used in multiple ways to help solve real-world challenges for students, workers, educators, employers, and other stakeholders. Download the Application Showcase Summaries Fact Sheet

Credential Engine Anniversary

On December 7, 2017, Credential Engine publicly launched tools and platforms to collect, connect, compare, and utilize credential data in a common language. For the first time, a Credential Registry of linked data was made available in the marketplace. In the last year, Credential Engine has made a number of strides and developments. Here’s just a

Credential Engine Software Development Kit Now Available

The rich information captured and connected within the Credential Registry can now be utilized by application developers through Credential Engine’s Software Development Kit. This premier kit allows developers to discover more about the Credential Registry and access the key resources and materials they need to begin building applications that solve real-world questions and problems using