Thursday 25 February, 10.00-11.00 CET
Micro-credentials are currently receiving a lot of attention due to their potential to support skill development and flexible learning paths. Several projects and initiatives are therefore exploring the opportunities and challenges of using small, certified units of learning in European higher education. This webinar gave an overview of the current use of micro-credentials, and in particular discussed the implications for external quality assurance.
Programme and speakers
Why are we talking about micro-credentials?
–> Maria Kelo, ENQA
State of play and implications for external quality assurance
–> Anthony Camilleri, Knowledge Innovation Centre
The view from a quality assurance agency
–> Rafael Llavori, ANECA (Spain)
Questions and discussion with audience
Moderated by Maria Kelo, Director of ENQA
Quality of micro-credentials – Pathways and technologies for recognition, transparency and portability by Anthony Camilleri
The view from a quality assurance agency by Rafael Llavori
The recording of the webinar is available on the ENQA YouTube page or can be streamed here below.