Curious about micro-credentials? Want to hear about some successful work integrated learning (WIL) and micro-credential pilot programs? Join Anne-Marie Fannon, Director of the Professional Development Program at the University of Waterloo, for this informative lunch-hour town hall to explore and learn about micro-credentials and their potential value for employers, students, and WIL programs.

Anne-Marie 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. Some of the topics she addresses include: the natural connection between WIL and micro-credentials, key findings from a survey of employers and students on micro-credentials, an overview of two pilot projects at Waterloo, and WIL micro-credentials vs. Digital Fundamentals badges.

Topics: Engaging with ACE-WIL Members, Professional Development, WIL Curriculum
License and Distribution: ACE-WIL and BCcampus
Tags: micro-credentials, professional development