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www.vmpass.eu 1 | The VMPASS Clearinghouse Anthony F. Camilleri
www.vmpass.eu 2 | Difficulties in Recognition The vm/ocw course is not described in terms of existing recognition instruments, such as ECTS The ECTS is not recognised due to lack of trust in the teaching/learning methodologies used in course delivery ECTS is not recognised due to difficulties in integrating the content between several courses offered by different institutions.
www.vmpass.eu 3 | Barriers to Recognition Lack of knowledge about VM/OCW providers and courses Lack of transparency regarding institutional procedures, pedagogy and assessment Lack of trust in institutional quality systems
www.vmpass.eu 4 | A possible solution Concept of a “learning passport” A flexible record of a flexible learning pathway
www.vmpass.eu 5 | Potential problems with a learning passport Requires information from several different actors, institutional and individual Validation of Prior Learning is labour intensive (and expensive), even under ideal conditions Different institutions use different validation procedures, making harmonisation of qualifications difficult
www.vmpass.eu 6 | Validating the passport Proposal for a collaborative clearinghouse of recognition data for VM- based education Clearinghouse populated with completed learning passports Each passport validated by a recognition office, and results of that validation shared with the rest of the recognition community
www.vmpass.eu 7 | Operational Schematic of Clearinghouse
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