A magnifying glass over the word "transparent" illustrates the idea that digital credentials need more transparency.

Digital credentials need more transparency

Through a partnership, education leaders could reach a more agreed-upon shared vision of digital credentials

A partnership between two groups aims to advance new interoperability and transparency standards for digital credentials and institutional data systems.

As part of the agreement, IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS Global) and Credential Engine will build interoperability between IMS Global’s widely-adopted standards and Credential Engine’s Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL), which is a common language that enables credential issuers to publish data and
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  • Laura Ascione