Today, Scott Cheney will present to leaders in professional and online learning, higher education, workforce, and technology at the UPCEA SUPER 2018: Mid-Atlantic & South Regional Conference. This event is designed to bring the region’s best and brightest together to discuss innovations and strategies to improve professional, continuing, and online education across the country to better serve nontraditional students.
Cheney will focus his session on how transparency in higher education can help to transform current practices.
Transparency in Higher Education: Workforce Development and your Institution
For decades, college degrees have been an important component to workforce development. With a national dialog focused on the value and importance of college degrees juxtaposed with non-degree credentials from alternative credential providers, transparency in higher education has never been more important. Credential Engine, a non-profit organization focused on creating transparency in the credential marketplace, is working with institutions, industry groups, states, and national organizations to create collaborations and new opportunities in the workforce ecosystem. Join leaders in credentialing as they discuss the benefits of being involved in this important movement in workforce development.
For more on this event, please visit the event page here.