Join the Credential Engine team on September 15, 2021, as we launch a new version of the Credential Finder! Credential Engine’s technology team has been hard at work to create an updated interface that exemplifies the types of tools you can create to access credential data in the Registry. The Credential Finder is a web-based
We launched our inaugural edition of Transparency earlier this month! We envision this newsletter to be a quick window into our organization: offering a summary of our activities over the past month, while also looking forward to things you may need to be aware of for the near future. This edition highlighted our new video
Today, Elizabeth Schuler was elected president of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)! With this honor she also became the first woman elected to serve as president of the AFL-CIO. Credential Engine is proud to have Liz on the Board of Directors. The organization has greatly benefited from her leadership
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Credential Engine will host its fourth annual State Convening virtually on November 30, 2021! Join us from 1:00 to 4:00 pm Eastern to learn how we can work “Toward a More Transparent Credential Landscape Through Policy, Leadership, and Equity.” We know there are nearly one million unique credentials available in the United States, each one
In the latest issue of Change: The Magazine for Higher Learning, Dr. Deborah Everhart, Credential Engine, Tom Green, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), Dr. John O’Brien, EDUCAUSE, and Louis Soares, the American Council on Education (ACE), co-authored “Credential Transparency Illuminates Pathways to a Better Future.” Abstract: There are nearly one million
Americans need clear and reliable information about their educational options. But they also need to know how to navigate these options. Good data on credential quality and transparency helps them select a path that leads to equitable economic and career success. It’s no mystery why people need better information that is easy to find, reliable, and
Credential Engine has been invited to join the State Equitable Recovery Coalition! The Coalition is an initiative started by National Governors Association (NGA) in partnership with Education Strategy Group and supported by the Siemens Foundation. There are currently 18 organizations in the Coalition who are committed to drive sustainable, equitable recovery and growth after the
Credential Engine’s new video puts forth a shared vision for credential transparency—why we need it and what is possible with it. Why do we expect people to be able to navigate the credential landscape without rich information guiding them? Without proper tools that can help them make their journey as rewarding as possible? Especially when