Credential Engine has collected feedback from experts and made significant enhancements to its Learning and Employment Records Action Guide, now in its third version. In this rapidly evolving arena, these changes include new resources as well as clarified descriptions that reflect the way states are actually using this guide in LER initiatives.
LERs empower people with control over credential, employment, and skill records of their own achievements, offering transformative opportunities to connect learning with careers and to improve the outcomes of investments in education and training. Data transparency using the Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL) is an essential foundation for interoperable, meaningful, human- and machine-actionable LERs.
This Action Guide describes the phases and steps that stakeholders can follow to develop and sustain trusted LER ecosystems. Access the guide