A national, learning and employment record infrastructure will support learners by enabling them and institutions of learning to match their skills and attainment to career positions they are pursuing.
This year, with the deepest commitment we can make, we will further enable learners, institutions, and enterprises to move forward and rebuild in 2021.
Learn how businesses, institutions and learners should align around the Learning & Employment Record (LER) to thrive in today’s skills-based economy.
Meeting the needs of a skills-based economy means that learning pathways need to thrive under an ecosystem that includes academic institutions, employers, and learners.
Amid the economic downturn our nation presently faces, career pathways and education strategies are among those most disrupted. It has become clear: students need accurate, real-time data to help support their long-term education and career decisions.
Business, education and government will launch a nationwide pilot to translate all education, training, and work experience to a record of transferable skills that will empower people to pursue and manage their cybersecurity education and career path, and create an interoperable learner record.
Learn what Myhub has to offer learners now and our exciting future vision for how it will empower lifelong learning in this interview with Myhub product manager, Colin Hutchison.
Our Myhub 2.3 release enables users to showcase their digital credentials hosted on Credly’s Acclaim platform in their Myhub learner record. Colin Hutchison, the Product Management Specialist for Myhub, explains the exciting integration between Myhub and Credly’s Acclaim platform and what it means to learners.
New collaborative, vendor-neutral, nonprofit organization will define, deploy and champion a globally accessible, open-source, blockchain-powered trustworthy “Internet of Careers.”