The Lab hosts design session for Connecting Credentials “Aligning Supply & Demand” workgroup

This month, the Lab team hosted a design session with Connecting Credentials “Aligning Supply & Demand” workgroup to further explore opportunities for alignment between supply (learners, higher ed institutions, and other credentialing organizations) and demand (employers) within the rapidly changing credentialing ecosystem. Guided by the Aligning Supply & Demand group’s work-to-date, participants tackled questions such as: What are the design criteria for the emerging ecosystem? How might an institution’s learner records be offered to employers in ways that are scalable and standardized? And how might a unified language or effective translation system emerge from the broad range of stakeholders?
The Lab team and participants create a system map of key players within the credentialing ecosystem.
This month, the Lab team hosted a design session with Connecting Credentials “Aligning Supply & Demand” workgroup to further explore opportunities for alignment between supply (learners, higher ed institutions, and other credentialing organizations) and demand (employers) within the rapidly changing credentialing ecosystem. Guided by the Aligning Supply & Demand group’s work-to-date, participants tackled questions such as: What are the design criteria for the emerging ecosystem? How might an institution’s learner records be offered to employers in ways that are scalable and standardized? And how might a unified language or effective translation system emerge from the broad range of stakeholders?