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Tuesday, August 9 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
[RECORDING] Trust and Transparency: Does Increased Transparency Around the Personal Evidence of Learning Increase Both the Learner's Confidence in a Hiring Situation and Amplify the Employer's Signal to Hire?

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A research project was conducted by Uni of Dayton, Uni of Melbourne, Ed Design Lab and Edalex in 2022 to investigate granularity and visibility of personalised evidence in a hiring situation from both a learner and employer perspective. The research sought to examine if increased transparency around personal evidence of learning increases the confidence of learners in articulating their skills and competencies in a hiring situation and amplify the signal to hire from an employer's perspective?

Overview of research project - aims, practice and results
3 x 15 minute sessions - small groups of 4 or 5 hold a roundtable in virtual breakout rooms prefaced with an exploration of each step of the research project's journey and asking participants to discuss learnings and how they might apply in their own situations. On conclusion of discussion of each steps, participants will reconvene to share table outcomes
Outcomes discussion - overall outcomes from discussions

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Naomi Boyer

Executive Director, Digital Transformation, Education Design Lab
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Melinda O'Halloran

Project Manager/Business Analyst, Edalex
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Margo Griffith

Head Business Development, Edalex
I am uber curious about skills and skills data. I am passionate around enabling social economic and yes even geographic mobility by using skills as the building blocks. To enable this mobility we need to make sure that skills data is both human and machine readable to equip learners... Read More →
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Josephine Lang

Academic Director, Educational Innovation, The University of Melbourne
Working at Melbourne School of Continuing and Professional Education (aka MSPACE), I'm currently collaboratively working on gettng University of Melbourne's digital micro-credentials from policy to practice. We've been operationalising the Chancellery's vision for post-professional... Read More →

Tuesday August 9, 2022 3:00pm - 3:50pm MDT