Curious about microcredentials? Want to hear about some successful work integrated learning (WIL) and microcredential pilot programs? Join us for this informative lunch-hour town hall to explore and learn about microcredentials and their potential value for employers, students, and WIL programs.
Anne Marie Fannon is the Director of the Professional Development Program at the University of Waterloo and has been recognized as the 2019 winner of the Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL) Volunteer Service Award for her incredible work in the WIL field. We are so excited that she will be joining us for this hour! Anne Marie will share with us her work in microcredentials & WIL. Some of the topics she will address:
- The natural connection between WIL and Microcredentials
- Key findings from a survey of employers and students on microcredentials
- An overview of two pilot projects at Waterloo
- WIL Microcredentials vs. Digital Fundamentals badges
When: February 16, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
A special thank you to BCcampus for helping us put on this town hall!