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Implementation Groups

Micro-Credentialing Implementation Groups

A key element of the Trustees' policy was a charge to the SUNY System Office of the Provost to support campus implementation. Four implementation groups have been convened, comprised of System staff, campus administrators, faculty and student governance.

Follow each group's progress below:

1. Transferability and Portability Implementation Group

2. Data Reporting Implementation Group

3. Policy/Financial Aid Implementation Group

4. Readiness, Training and Assessment Implementation Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.   Transferability and Portability Implementation Group

 

Charge:

To ensure that SUNY micro-credentials are meaningful to students and potential employers, they must be transferable and portable. This working group will engage campus registrars, transfer officers, career development professionals and other appropriate staff to explore the most effective ways to meet those goals. The group will respond to key questions and make an informed recommendation to the Provost, including:

The group will prepare a report with recommendations to the Provost.

Membership:

Meeting Minutes:

Resources:

 

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2.  Data Reporting Implementation Group

 

Charge:

To ensure accountability, transparency and portability of micro-credentials, associated data reporting at the campus and system levels is necessary. This working group will develop reporting structures for SIRIS (“SUNY Institutional Research Information System”) as follows:

Membership:

Meeting Minutes:

 

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3. Policy/Financial Aid Implementation Group

 

Charge:

Provost’s Office staff will conduct a review of existing SUNY policies to identify and prepare any necessary revisions to support micro-credentials (preliminary policies identified are listed below).

Membership:

Meeting Minutes:

 

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4. Readiness, Training and Assessment Implementation Group

 

The Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (“FACT2”), knowing it would be charged with development of resources for campuses, moved forward with its work while the Micro-Credentialing Task Force was finalizing its report.  A group of 28, including faculty, continuing education directors, online learning directors, and instructional designers have worked to complete the following resources, available on the Campus Resources page:

An implementation group will be charged shortly to build on the great work completed by FACT2.

 

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