In this webinar we will be able to hear about different perspectives on the challenges and opportunities associated with micro-credentials, with a particular focus on the TNE context. Dr Hazman Shah Abdullah, Chair of the Panel that developed the Guide to Good Practices – Micro-credentials, Aug 2020 for the Malaysian Qualifications Agency, will offer a regulatory and quality assurance perspective. Dr. Christopher Hill, Associate Professor at the British University of Dubai, will provide an institutional perspective and discuss the opportunities for collaboration and new models of TNE delivery It will also be an opportunity to discuss recognition challenges associated with flexible and non-traditional paths to qualifications.
We will be hearing presentations from:
-Dr. Hazman Shah Abdullah, Quality Assurance Consultant and Chair of Microcredential Panel, MQA
-Dr. Christopher Hill, Associate Professor at the British University of Dubai
Recommended for universities and colleges in international, academic partnerships or quality assurance departments, as well as for staff involved or with an interest micro-credential, credit recognition, and TNE.
The key objective of the webinar is to:
hear about different perspectives on micro-credentials as the international education sector is turning to exploring more flexible and innovative routes to learning in response COVID 19
explore new models and pathways to TNE delivery and partnership
Delegates will receive a copy of all materials used.
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