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I-HE2020 Recognition of Prior Learning and Microcredentials

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I-HE2020 Recognition of Prior Learning and Microcredentials

  1. 1. Recognition of Prior Learning and Microcredentials I·HE2020 Online Bridging Event, 29-10-2020 Bas Wegewijs Team Leader International Recognition
  2. 2. Recognition in the ENIC/NARIC networks • Lisbon Recognition Convention covers: - higher education qualifications; - access qualifications; - periods of study. • In case of non-formal learning: Recognition of Prior Learning
  3. 3. 2016 – 2018 Erasmus+ project New paradigms in recognition (PARADIGMS) In collaboration with partners from the Enic-Naric networks
  4. 4. Three scenarios for evaluation of MOOCs 1. MOOCs as part of a degree programme 2. MOOCs in addition to a traditional qualification 3. a collection of separate MOOCs 1 – Should be no problem! 2 – May add learning outcomes (in case of deficiencies) 3 – In principle not possible for ENIC-NARICs to assess as a whole (only the separate modules)
  5. 5. 1. Quality 2. Level 3. Learning outcomes 4. Workload 5. Verification 6. Testing 7. Identification Starting point: EAR-HEI manual Criteria for Evaluation of ‘stand alone’ e-learning
  6. 6. Erasmus+ project e-Valuate (2018-2020) Project team: NARICs, ECA, KIRON + Involvement of higher education resonance group Outcomes: 1. Practitioner’s guide for recognition of e-learning 2. Academic recognition of e-learning 3. Student’s guide to e-learning
  7. 7. Practitioner’s guide  How to apply the 7 criteria for evaluating e-learning;  How to recognize e-learning;
  8. 8. Practitioner’s guide
  9. 9. Practitioner’s guide
  10. 10. Practitioner’s guide
  11. 11. Position paper for providers of e-learning  Refer to generally accepted Bologna tools  Integrate stand-alone e-learning in internal and external QA
  12. 12. Student’s guide  Extra document, co-written with ESU;  How to select suitable online courses.
  13. 13. Common Microcredentials Framework  Very useful definition of microcredential;  Using Bologna tools to ensure quality and transparent information;  Fulfills all requirements for smooth recognition (within scope of Lisbon Recognition Convention);  NO SPECIAL RECOGNITION PROCEDURES NECESSARY!
  14. 14. Questions? Publications available at https://www.nuffic.nl/en/subjects/e-valuate/ Katrien Bardoel: kbardoel@nuffic.nl Bas Wegewijs: wegewijs@nuffic.nl Thank you for your attention!

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