Credly's founder and CEO, Jonathan Finkelstein, conducted an interview with The Evolllution, a higher education online publication. Focusing on the value of digital credentials, Jonathan discusses traditional postsecondary approaches to credentialing, and argues that the increasingly transactional nature of credentials justifies a more granular approach to skills verification.
Credentials provide the means of skills verification for educators and employers alike, but traditional methods of credentialing haven’t kept pace with technological advancements or market demand. By shifting towards more granular, skills-based credentialing, higher ed can retain its relevancy in a skills-based workplace.
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