Expand Credit Mobility: Phase II ASU Trusted Learner Network Expand Credit Mobility: Phase II ASU Trusted Learner Network Arizona State University has submitted an investment proposal to the Gates Foundation to develop the building blocks to significantly expand credit mobility in American higher education. Doing so, will in turn enable solving the national transfer problem that far too few learners complete their program of choice especially when crossing institutional boundaries. UTO and the Provost Office will collaborate to develop technology and business processes that allow for: Credit maximizing: allowing learners to map existing credits to a given academic program Course applicability: enable institutions to accept credits faster, better, and more consistently Dynamic degree planning: help learners understand how choices and preferences impact their journey Network-building: support the development of national infrastructure to enable data sharing Learner agency: provide the learner with applications and services allowing them to navigate higher ed
|Effective start/end date||10/8/21 → 9/30/24|
- Gates (Bill and Melinda) Foundation: $6,000,000.00
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