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  • The University of Rochester School of Nursing and the Comprehensive Learner Record

    The need for an integrated assessment management system that enabled a continuous flow of data from multiple measures in one location quickly gained traction across the decentralized university. AEFIS is an education technology company that partners with colleges and universities to improve learner success and empower authentic lifelong learning. AEFIS’s powerful assessment management software helps higher education institutions drive measurable results and engage students throughout their lifelong learning journey through Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR). AEFIS was chosen as the assessment platform that helped to better integrate curriculum and assessment processes at the institutional level, which ultimately provided URSON the infrastructure it needed to modernize curriculum and assessment processes and provide the foundation for CLR.
  • Planning for a Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) at University of Minnesota

    Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) is a dynamic portfolio of student learning anywhere and through a collaborative approach with university stakeholders, the University of Minnesota is embarking on the implementation of Comprehensive Learner Record.
  • Getting Started with Badging—A Guide to Help Plan For and Design Your Badging Initiative

    Badges, or digital badges, serve as a mechanism by which educational providers can capture and communicate learner accomplishment in the form of metadata. The documentation of accomplishment, or attainment of knowledge and skills, can be gained through a wide variety of learning and professional development opportunities, within or outside of traditional course structures.

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  • Innovating with Johns Hopkins University

    It is so refreshing to work with innovators. These are the individuals and organizations that see the bigger picture and who look to create a…
  • It is Uplifting When Excellence is Recognized and Awarded

    So why is this announcement so uplifting to me? I am not an IT person, nor am I an educational technologist. I am simply an end-user benefitting greatly from the transformative work that has been done in that arena. I have had the privilege of working with two of the award recipients: Mustafa Sualp, CEO of AEFIS, and Ozgur Yogurtcu, AEFIS Chief Technology Officer. While I cannot claim to understand how they make the magic happen, I have a deep appreciation for what drives them to do this work. I have witnessed first-hand their desire to support and improve the resources that facilitate quality in education.
  • Learning Impact On-Demand Virtual Series: EdTech Leader Interview with CEO of IMS Global Learning Consortium

    By Rob Abel, CEO, IMS Globalwith Suzanne Carbonaro, Director of Academic Partnership, AEFIS The impact of COVID19 will be with us for some time –…


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