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Learning Economy Foundation and Credential Engine Joint Services Scaling LER Ecosystems with Linked Open Data and LearnCard

Learning Economy Foundation (LEF) and Credential Engine (CE) are excited to announce a partnership and joint services offering to empower learners and accelerate the adoption of open tools and protocols that enable individual agency and organizational insights. Together, LEF and CE bring a complementary package of technologies and best practices to states, post-secondary institutions, employers, and any organization looking to make ecosystem-level impact at scale.

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Developer Agreement

Organizations that utilize our APIs are allowed a 90-day testing period, after which a developer agreement is required. Download this resource to preview the agreement.

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Credential Engine Learning & Employment Records Action Guide

This Action Guide describes the phases and steps that stakeholders can take to develop and sustain trusted LER ecosystems. It is based on Credential Engine’s widely and successfully used State Roadmap and Action Guide for Transparency

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Credential Engine Services for Strategy, Project Management, and Implementation Support Fact Sheet

Credential Engine offers a suite of unique technologies and services to help many different types of organizations, agencies, and companies achieve their goals for credential and competency transparency. In addition to our open, freely available resources, we offer fee-based services for strategy, project management, and implementation support focused on using CTDL data effectively.

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Credential Engine Services for Publishing Credentials: Scaling Up

Increase the relevance of the credentials and programs you offer by using the Credential Registry to publish linked open data about their value, transferability, alignments to occupational and industry frameworks (such as O*NET and NICE), job skills, and other relevant information.

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Credential Engine Services for Publishing Credentials: Getting Started

Increase the relevance of the credentials and programs you offer by using the Credential Registry to publish linked open data about their value, transferability, alignments to occupational and industry frameworks (such as O*NET and NICE), job skills, and other relevant information.

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State Counting Credentials Reports

Credential Engine, in partnership with the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness, has produced a series of reports (“Counting U.S. Postsecondary and Secondary Credentials”) that have become the authoritative accounts of the rapidly changing credentialing landscape in the United States.

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Making Certification Data Transparent to Advance State Goals

As states make progress towards their goals, a critical objective is to demonstrate the connections and pathways among credentials. In particular, states are looking to illustrate how education and training opportunities provided by high schools, career and technical education (CTE) programs, private training providers, and postsecondary institutions prepare individuals to successfully obtain industry certifications.

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