How does content get into a format and location in such a way that it supports an engaging online experience?
For building digital products in which content and code must interact seamlessly, someone needs to be accountable for raising and seeking solutions to these questions; and for many software teams, content can feel like a black box. As it happens, there is a specific discipline dedicated to opening up that black box: content engineering.
Margo Griffith from Learning Objects – A Cengage Company interviews Neil Von Heupt, Australian Institute of Training and Development for the event held on 8 June 2018 ‘Micro-Credentialing – Implications for lifelong learners and the workplace’. Neil provides an industry perspective of micro-credentialing and meeting the learning and development needs of the future.
Changing employment opportunities and work requirements mean that lifelong learning has evolved into a fact of life for working adults. Programming has adapted to this demographic’s need for just-in-time learning, and now credentialing is following suit. In this interview, Kathleen Radionoff, Dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Education, Madison Area Technical College and Mark Leuba, Vice President of Product Management, IMS Global Learning Consortium discuss the future of micro-credentials, and pinpoint how post-secondary institutions and corporations can leverage badging to suit the needs of non-traditional learners. Originally published on the The EvoLLLution.