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  • Meet Our Partners Series—The Role We Play In Building a Robust Skills Economy for Learners and Employers

    This session focuses on the work of the IMS Global Learning Consortium and its mission to advance ed-tech interoperability, innovation, and learning impact. In particular, this event provides a deep dive into the important work that IMS and its members are contributing to the skills ecosphere to enable all students to share their achievements and outcomes of their lifelong learning with employers.
  • How We Built This? Series—Drivers of Skills-Based Recruitment and Employment

    Student learning outcomes are the foundational data used by institutions to determine what students learn and can do as a result of a course, set of courses, and degree or certificate programs. But translating these SLOs to skills can be complex and require collaboration among different leaders, and faculty across an institution as well input from employers who represent the future success for students. Learn from “edupreneurs” who are making a difference by assembling the right stakeholders at the table to embark on the transformation of outcomes to skills and leading efforts to support students in acquiring jobs linked to their educational experiences and achievements.
  • Strategies for Joining the Digital Credentials Transformation—How CLR Can Support Continuing Education Initiatives at Your Institution

    Higher education continues to show its resiliency and success in digital transformation strategies linked to supporting innovative designs in curriculum and delivery models aimed at providing value to students. In a 2021 Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) workforce analysis report, a diverse set of employers share their views on workforce preparedness and the outcomes, skills and experiences they value most in recruiting their team members for jobs (Finley, 2021). This analysis serves as a reminder to higher education that students need to translate their learning from one setting to another in order to support specific workforce needs and responsibilities.


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  • AEFIS Takes the Standards First Pledge—IMS Global

    “Students worldwide have better digital learning experiences because of the millions of interoperable connections made possible by IMS standards like LTI®, OneRoster®, Open Badges, QTI®, and Caliper Analytics®). The widespread adoption of these standards has significantly impacted the ease by which school districts, states, and institutions build their ed-tech ecosystems to be more scalable, agile, equitable, and innovative.”
  • Ready to CLR? Strength Analysis Planning to Implement Comprehensive Learner Record at Your Institution.

    AEFIS enables the digitization of higher education assessment processes, student learning journey, and student achievement initiatives. And as a CLR pioneer, from both an academic and technical perspective, AEFIS has successfully completed IMS Global Learning Consortium certification conformance assessment for Comprehensive Learner Record(CLR) specifications standard, making AEFIS the first software solution to achieve this certification.
  • 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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  • AEFIS is the First Ed Tech Company to be IMS CLR Certified!

    AEFIS is the leading education technology (ed tech) company that partners with higher education to improve learner success through empowering authentic assessment for lifelong learning. As a relentless ed tech leader, AEFIS progressed in its pursuit of advancing and pioneering Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) despite the disruptions caused by COVID-19, keenly focused on increasing interoperability and the logical innovation for skills recognition.
  • 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…
  • Excited Sponsors of IMS Global Digital Credentials Summit

    As the first ed-tech company to be certified in Comprehensive Learner Record, AEFIS is proud to be sponsoring this year’s IMS Global Digital Credentials Summit.


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    AEFIS is the first Ed Tech & IMS Global member to be certified in CLR, enabling a more robust, connected…
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    AEFIS is the first ed-tech & IMS Global member organization to certify CLR interoperability, enabling a more robust, connected digital…

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