Microcredentials

Microcredentials

Are you interested in learning more about our tools and processes? We’ve designed some mini-courses focused on the essentials of the work that we do.

Our Courses are:

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Flexible

Learners learn what they want, when they want, at their own pace and an affordable price

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Tangible

Provide learners with tools and strategies that can immediately be transferred to use in professional settings

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Relevant

Well-researched, based on recent innovations and focus on in-demand topics

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Engaging

Meet learners’ needs with interesting and appealing design for learning

Feature Course:

Blueprinting for Learning Experience Design

Using the Project Blueprint Tool, this micro-course will introduce you to the basic elements of project planning for Learning Experience Design (LXD).

 

Who should take this course?

Instructors, Teachers, Learning Experience Designers, Curriculum Developers, Instructional Designers

We get it, you are busy! These courses are designed:

 

  • To be completed in an average of 4-6 hours. Get started immediately after enrolling and work at your own pace.
  • With tangible resources that you can use or adapt for your professional work. You will walk away with something you can use.
  • By practicing experts on our team who use these tools and skills every day.
  • To showcase your commitment to lifelong learning. Our courses come with completion certificates and badges for sharing with your professional network.

 

You are the master of this adventure. We have something for any professional working (or looking to learn more) in education. Take what you need now, and explore what you might like to grow into in the future.

Inside our process:

Our microcredentials are the product of collaboration between many groups, including subject matter experts (SMEs), instructional designers, media specialists, writers and formatters. We want to ensure that these micro learning experiences are flexible, tangible, relevant and engaging, follow Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles, and offer a consistent format. To guide the development of our microcredentials, we have put together a framework and a handbook.