Tuesday, May 21 • 10:30am - 11:15am
 Digital Credentials: Impact and Opportunity

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Over the past year, an increasing number of educational institutions have explored, launched, or evolved their microcredentials and badge programs. In this opening panel, hear from academic leaders as they discuss the successes and drivers propelling their digital credentials initiatives, how digital credentials fit within their institutional strategy, and the future directions they anticipate. See how IMS is working to grow and mature the digital credentials ecosystem.

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Scott Holcomb

EdTech Imagineer (Director of Technology), Crosstown High
Twenty plus year, veteran Educator who left the public sector to join an amazing team of public charter school Educators as the school's EdTech Imagineer at Crosstown High in Memphis, Tennessee. I am all about student-centered Instructional Technology and I have always been part of... Read More →
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Mike Simmons

Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of North Texas
Dr. Mike Simmons has over 19 years experience in higher education administration, instruction and innovation with an emphasis on faculty support, education technology and assessment.  He leads a number of assessment innovation projects and pilot explorations at the University... Read More →
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Jeff Bohrer

Technical Program Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium
Jeff supports a number of IMS projects and programs related to digital credentials and Open Badges. Jeff's career has focused on supporting the mission of educational institutions through IT administration, support, and training. Prior to joining IMS, Jeff was an IT manager at the... Read More →

Kimberly Moore

Director for Workforce, Professional & Community Education, Wichita State University

Tuesday May 21, 2019 10:30am - 11:15am
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