Creating Your Micro-credentialing Strategy


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Instructional Designer, D2L
Webinar Recording Details


Organizations have long since recognized that there is a skills gap that needs to be addressed to remain competitive. With so many options for employee engagement, upskilling and professional development rapidly changing from day-to-day. Where does one even begin?

Join us for the upcoming webinar, where Amber West, Instructional Designer for D2L, will share best practices for setting up your own micro-credentialing strategy, discuss how to motivate your audience, and finally, the differences between micro-credentialing, gamification, and badging – as well as the benefits of each.

Join the Instructional Design Best Practices Community Group to share ideas and learn tips from D2L instructional designers and other Brightspace users.
Attendees will learn:
  • How micro-credentials differ from gamification and badging
  • How to apply Bloom’s Taxonomy / relationship to CBE (Competency-Based Education)
  • Quick tips for getting started

About Amber West

D2Ler since 2014, Amber West (she/her) is an Instructional Designer with the Learning and Creative Services team. She works alongside clients to develop learning strategies and experiences that engage learners in ways that are both fun and meaningful. Amber brings to the team an in-depth knowledge of Brightspace from many perspectives – learner, instructor, and administrator; her course designs are influenced by a combination of pedagogical best practices as well as gamified learning experiences.  Her favorite part of being a D2Ler is helping clients to bring together a course strategy that solves both their business and education goals.

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