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August 4th Webinar: The LER – Learning & Employment Record: What It Is, Why It Is Important, and Your Role in This Exciting Initiative

by NSC Blog | Jul 16, 2020 | Announcements, Clearinghouse News, Learning Employment Records, Research Services |

Join Us for Our Learning & Employment Record (LER) Webinar Hosted by AACRAO

Make sure you join us for the Clearinghouse’s upcoming AACRAO webinar, The LER – Learning & Employment Record: What It Is, Why It Is Important, and Your Role in This Exciting Initiative, on Tuesday, August 4 at 2 pm, ET. The LER is an initiative to translate learners’ full education, training, and work experience to a record of transferable skills that will open doors to higher wage occupations and careers.

Our one-hour session includes a panel comprising education service providers, employers, and technologists who will discuss the LER; illustrate the LER by presenting LER pilot projects; review the underlying technologies involved, including both blockchain and traditional information systems; and discuss how the LER can be supported by higher education Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) efforts.

Our panel includes:

  • Rick Torres, President & CEO, National Student Clearinghouse
  • Shelby Stanfield, Director, Service Innovation Networks, National Student Clearinghouse
  • Marni Baker Stein, Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Western Governors University
  • Alex Kaplan, Global Leader, Blockchain and AI for Industry Credentials, IBM
  • Andy Trainor, VP, Walmart US Learning, Walmart

Don’t miss our upcoming webinar, hosted by AACRAO, The LER – Learning & Employment Record: What It Is, Why It Is Important, and Your Role in This Exciting Initiative, on Tuesday, August 4 at 2 pm, ET. Register now!

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