Each person and industry we serve has been impacted in some way by the myriad difficulties this year has brought about. In the face of these challenges, however, there are three strong, positive themes I have seen emerge within our organization: Community. Competence. Credibility.
Earlier this year, the ICE Microcredentialing Task Force conducted the ICE Microcredentialing Pulse Survey to define and better understand current and future plans for microcredentials. Read on to learn about key takeaways, respondent feedback and stakeholder insight.
For organizations using or considering computer-based testing, technology-enhanced items (TEIs) can be a great opportunity to improve an assessment program. In this article, Matt Ferris, MA, MBA, CAE, ELS, and Nathan Thompson, PhD, discuss benefits and pitfalls of TEIs.
Ashley Bardsley was honored with the ICE 2019 Next Gen Professional Award for her commitment to developing a career path in the credentialing industry. Hear from Bardsley about her start in credentialing, her involvement with ICE and her advice for the future generation of professionals.
Denise Roosendaal, ICE’s executive director, and Kevin Hurley, ICE’s marketing director, recently presented on ICE’s career pathways developmental journey at the ASAE Virtual Annual Meeting & Exposition. Learn more about the planning that went into this process and the outcomes it produced.