A new field guide for community college and university leaders outlines five key strategies to help institutions develop a system for digital credentials.

The guide, “Partnering with Employers to Create Workforce-Relevant Credentials,” is intended to steer faculty and administrators through a collaborative design and implementation process for developing a workforce-relevant credentialing system.

The five digital-credential strategies come from best practices of institutions profiled in the report.

“In Colorado, we found that employer-driven digital credentials helped our graduates to better articulate their skills--and allowed regional employers to identify untapped talent,” says Brenda Perea, director of education and workforce solutions at...

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