The rationale for the development of the Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) - as a digital record of achievement built up through the student lifecycle and encompassing both academic outcomes and wider achievements - is not confined to the UK. In the US, for example, much attention is being given to the implementation of 'Comprehensive Learner Records' with very similar aims.
Led by Rodney Parks, Registrar, Elon University, North Carolina and Matthew Pittinsky of Parchment this webinar will seek to promote understanding of:
- the latest developments in the collaborative creation of a Comprehensive Learner Record in the US;
- how a comprehensive student record helps lifelong learners collect, verify and share a digital portfolio of courses completed, skills learned and experiences lived wherever these take place;
some recent employer reactions to the value of the CLR.