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Degree Credit Liquidity and Transfer: Solving the Friction of Credit Transfer Illiquidity in Higher Ed

Jill Murray (Lackawanna College), Stacy Caldwell (Penn Foster), Joshua Pierce (Acadeum), Mary Rose Craycraft (Outlier), and Andrew Flagel (Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area) explore Degree Credit Liquidity and Transfer: Solving the Friction of Credit Transfer Illiquidity in Higher Ed at the 2021 ASU+GSV Summit.The new pace and model of work-life during the coronavirus pandemic has seen students making strides to earn credentials that allow them to move into new tech jobs. With students accruing credits from multiple previous institutions of learning, colleges must work to create stronger transfer credit pipelines. Hear from the top companies in credential liquidity as they address ways of increasing transfer efficiency to allow students to optimize all stages of their education and move into the workforce in the optimum amount of time.

ASU+GSV 2021