The ACE Framework: Case Studies on Communicating Microcredentialing

On Demand
Session Type: Virtual
Delivery Format: On-Demand
Often when talking to faculty, administration, or students, people get a glazed-over look as soon as words like microcredentialing, badging, and e-portfolios are used. In this new teaching and learning landscape, we need methods to communicate and plan innovative educational approaches across these various stakeholders. This poster will introduce a framework for planning and communicating informal learning programs and will put the framework in context with examples from Michigan State University.

Outcomes: Understand the difficulties in communicating nontraditional accreditation methods to academics * Translate a co-curricular experience into competencies, experiences, and artifacts * Explore the interactions between competencies, experiences, and artifacts in your own context *


  • Stephen Thomas

    Curriculum Developer, Michigan State University