With a variety of discrepancies and differences in units and credentials from Australian Universities, assessing and accrediting students who have completed online open courses, is a challenge.
This panel discussion will delve into how do universities add other external credentials to their structures and if the student has done some courses online or elsewhere, will the university give credit for that? It will also look at how to design micro-credentials tailored to the student and their needs.
Exploring micro-credentials from a student/design thinking perspective
How do you balance a need to flex to meet students' desires for chunkable, portable evidence of learning, with the longstanding degree models that still make up the mainstream of the HE offer?
What can we learn from the open learning community as we seek to become more adaptive as organisations?