Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Non-Credit Is A Non-Issue: How Short-Cycle Learning Can Change a Community and Institution - Teri Balser & Sheila LeBlanc, Evolllution

Developing shorter, condensed programs gives members of the workforce the flexibility to return and re-skill, which benefits both the institution and the community as a whole. Shorter programs that take a few weeks to complete, instead of a few years, are allowing institutions to remain in students’ lives for significantly longer than the standard four-year degree. Shorter programs allow workers to re-skill and upskill quickly, which can drive growth within the university and the community.