In 2015, The Lumina Foundation awarded the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) and NASPA: Association of Student Affairs Professionals $1.7 million to pilot a project to develop models for a more comprehensive
After the success of the pilot, Lumina awarded the two associations a $1.2 million grant in 2017 to continue their work on the development and adoption of Comprehensive Learner Records (CLRs) in American higher education.The
2017 grant focuses on the development and implementation of a single learner record across a broad number of American colleges and universities. The CLRs seek to capture, record, and communicate learning when and where it happens in a student’s
higher education experience. This includes learning outcomes from courses, program and degrees, as well as experience they have outside the classroom that help develop their career ready skills and abilities.
Interested in Participating?Colleges, Universities, and Systems interested in being part of the next phase of institutions creating and implementing Comprehensive Learner Records (CLRs) are encouraged to read the information sheet then
Per our review, the CLR Standard from IMS Global is the only comprehensive data standard in place today that meets the objectives of an official institutional learning-focused and comprehensive learner record.
ACE, AACRAO, EDUCAUSE and Credential Engine lead the way on postsecondary data innovation
With higher education leading the way, the development of a robust digital ecosystem where credentials of all types and the knowledge, skills, abilities, and outcomes they represent can be easily translated across systems and compared across institutions,
state, and even foreign borders provides a unique opportunity to tackle some of the industry’s most pressing issues around documentation, recognition, transferability, and portability of learning across the learn and work system. Read the full press release
During the first phase the CLR project, one of the most significant barriers to the development and implementation of the student record was the integration of data to populate the record with data and evidence of learning.
In the second phase of work, AACRAO assembled the CLR Data Integrations Work Group to identify the barriers to data integration that exist today at most institutions. While some colleges and universities will be able to address these challenges through internal resources and expertise, most lack the infrastructure to address the barriers they may face. This Work Group provided universities with information on moving forward, creating potential guidelines, and working to promote standards that not only benefit students but also employers and other admitting institutions.
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Standardization and interoperability to support students.
CBE may not result in grades as we traditionally recognize them, but rather outcomes. How do we record that?
Challenges and solutions to creating better records from multiple data sources.
Institutions can create a free account to publish all types of credentials in a common language on a cloud-based Registry, allowing institutions to better understand what sets them apart. Learn how.
A pilot student record badge that certifies critical thinking in a community context.
UW-Extension and UW Colleges develop comprehensive transcript pilot for CBE degree programs.
How Dillard University's extended transcript is raising the emotional sophistication of the entire campus.
IUPUI Student Records and Student Affairs partnering to formally recognize out-of-classroom learning
LaGuardia Community College's digital badging project helps keep students committed to college.
The tools, infrastructure, training, funding, and steps necessary to implement a holistic learning document.
USC's model cocurricular transcript will help the institution assess the success of experiential learning programs.
Stanford's pilot comprehensive student record is not for academics.
Elon University's visual representation of cocurricular experiences.
NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. Our work provides high-quality professional development, advocacy, and research for 15,000 members in all 50 states, 25 countries, and 8 U.S. territories.
Lumina Foundation is an independent, private foundation committed to increasing the proportion of Americans with high-quality degrees, certificates and other credentials to 60 percent by 2025. Lumina’s outcomes-based approach focuses on helping to design and build an accessible, responsive and accountable higher education system while fostering a national sense of urgency for action to achieve Goal 2025.