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WFM Biweekly - 4/10/22 - UMaine, UpSkill SA, Work-Based Learning, OPMs, Noncredit Innovation

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WFM Biweekly - 4/10/22 - UMaine, UpSkill SA, Work-Based Learning, OPMs, Noncredit Innovation
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #54 • View online
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George Lorenzo, Writer, Editor & Publisher
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New Posts Since Last Issue
FEATURE ARTICLES:
Part III - IMS Summit Session Explainer: Micro-credentials at UMaine
COVID didn’t stop these working moms from earning stackable credentials through Goodwill San Antonio and Alamo Colleges
REPORT SUMMARIES:
The Power of Work-Based Learning
Understanding Online Program Management
BOOK REVIEW:
Review of Chapter 4 on Noncredit Innovation from the ‘Handbook of Research on Credential Innovations for Inclusive Pathways to Professions.’
EDITORS' PICKS
Four-Year College Degree Requirements in Hiring Are Slowly Easing | The New York Times
The Job: Sponsored Degrees | Open Campus
The Future of Skills: Conversations & Insights on 21st Century Skills | AARP
How an overhaul of talent assessment can bridge the giant skills gap and solve our labour crisis | World Economic Forum 
A Skills-First Blueprint for Better Job Outcomes | LinkedIn
Future of Skills | LinkedIn
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2022 Increases Resources, Advances Equity, and Modernizes Our Systems | Jobs for the Future
Business + Higher Education Roundtable and Riipen bring sustainable change and equitable access to Canada’s work-integrated learning ecosystem | Riipen
From Our Library
The Relative Returns to Credit- and Non-Credit-Bearing Credentials
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