Janette Hughes -
Canada Research Chair, Faculty of Education, Ontario Tech University
Mark Hansen -
Superintendent, School District of Elmbrook, Wisconsin
Stephanie Stephens -
Executive Director of Learning Innovation and Technology, Holy Trinity School
Students receive digital credentials which are cryptographically secure and unforgeable. Unlike previous digital badges or hosted documents these are verifiable in real time and offline. This saves time, money, and risk for people who are accepting them.
Allowing rich meta-data, learning frameworks and outcomes data to be attached to the credentials to provide context around how they were earned.
With leading learning platforms, or custom- built APIs, allowing seamless integration of credential issuance into your existing workflows, even for one time learning events.
User-owned portfolios of acclamations, credentials and skills owned and controlled by students. We support leading and interoperable data standards, allowing information to freely move in and out of our services by student choice, including their previous credentials or digital badges. Students easily present data and share credentials across channels like social media, email, weblinks, and phone-to-phone to allow anyone to validate credential authenticity.
Create flexible learning pathways that help students visualize their path to greater achievements, and compound credentials that can demonstrate mastery.
As students share learning outcomes, institutionally-branded credentials that can be visually customized supports and promotes the work of the institutions who issue them.
No app downloads or registrations required to get started.
Students receive and use their credentials instantly, optionally opting into using our cloud wallets to manage their credentials, or picking them up with wallets of their choosing.
No individual tracking. Students have direct access and ownership of their data, including where and how they store it, and with whom they share it.
Students can import digital badges (e.g. OpenBadges) into their wallets, storing them alongside their high-assurance digital credentials.
We work with universities, colleges, schools and other educational bodies in 12 countries.
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White Paper: Micro credentials in education
Drawing on the experience of our partner schools as they pilot digital credentials, we explore their motivations, the challenges and the envisioned impact to the student learning and development journey.Download
White Paper: Digital Credentials and Organizational Fiduciary Responsibilities
This white paper serves as a governance guide for both educational institutions and their IT departments as part of fulfilling their fiduciary duty. This includes performing crucial due diligence on their shortlist of digital credential solutions on behalf of vulnerable learners.Download