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Competency & Credentialing Webinar – Open Badges

December 15, 2016 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

ADL will be hosting its fourth Competency & Credentialing Community of Practice webinar on Thursday, 15 December from 13:30-14:30 EST. This webinar series offers high-level information about ADL projects and concepts related to competencies and credentialing, and it provides an opportunity for the wider community to get involved. This upcoming webinar will focus on Open Badges.

In October of this year, Mozilla and IMS Global announced their plan for IMS to assume the management of the Open Badges specification in 2017. Come see and hear IMS members’ vision of competency-focused digital credentials and Open Badges, which they view as essential elements of the future of lifelong learning and employment markets. Learn what changes are in store for version 2.0 of the Open Badges Specification and how you can get involved.

Venue: Online

Organizer: ADL

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