Digital badges help motivate employees, candidates and learners, but to do this sustainably, they need credible, valid and reliable foundations, very often a trustworthy assessment.
A sound digital credentialing strategy can benefit organizations and individuals alike. For individuals, digital credentials show verifiable evidence of their skills and achievements on their online professional profile, email footer, or social media. For employers, digital credentials recognize, reward, and communicate the achievements, large or small, of their people and have a range of business benefits. For credentialing and awarding bodies, they can increase the visibility and value of certification programs.
Join us for this 1-hour webinar to explore:
- Applications and benefits of badging
- Strategies to ensure credibility of digital credentials
- How badging and assessments fit together
We’ll also highlight how Questionmark’s badging solution, which integrates the Questionmark platform with the industry-leading Credly digital credentialing system, enables you to automatically grant digital badges to participants based on the outcomes they achieve on assessments such as certification exams, post-course tests or advancement exams.
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About the Presenters:
Pat Leonard is Vice President of Partnerships & Business Development at Credly. She is a multi-faceted online learning professional with a current emphasis on partnership development, sales, project management, and helping Credly’s partners and clients implement effective and engaging digital credential programs.
Brian McNamara currently serves as the Product Manager for Customer Engagement at Questionmark and has more than 20 years of experience working with organizations that serve the needs of training, education and assessment professionals.