Students need meaningful work, but to make themselves truly known in the labor market, they have to speak the language of hiring managers; they have to speak the language of skills. Digital credentials (badges) let you give your students that language, with skills derived from labor market demand and connected to labor market data.
And now, the Chancellor’s Office, CVC, and CollegeBuys (operated by the Foundation for California Community Colleges under a delegation from the Board of Governors) have entered into a contract with Instructure (Canvas LMS and Canvas Credentials) to offer premier pricing for Canvas Credentials to all California community colleges.
Learn how you can get digital badges into the hands of your students now, so they’re ready and equipped for what comes next. This webinar will discuss how badging works with Canvas LMS and how Instructure can support your good work with digital credentialing.
Regional Director, Canvas Credentials, Instructure
Elizabeth has taught everything from preschool piano to LSAT test prep and lots in between. Early on, she saw the value of educational technology to smooth the way to teaching and learning. Elizabeth has worked with hundreds of higher-ed institutions around the world, as well as companies like Globe Life, Vanguard, and Walmart, to ensure they could equip their learners with the skills-aligned, digital representations of learning that are required by the modern labor market.
Account Executive, Instructure
Jason served the West Coast’s higher ed institutions with Instructure for nearly 10 years. He started my career with eBay before earning a Masters of Arts In Teaching from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. After a deeply fulfilling career as a K-12 teacher, Jason found a way to combine my tech expertise and education experience to support higher education institutions in building thoughtful, innovative, and practical learning systems.