Ohio Stackable Certificates: Models for Success | Community Research Partners

Community Research Partners, (2008, Feb.). Ohio stackable certificates: Models for success. Columbus OH: Columbus State Community College, Business and Industry Division. Retrieved from http://www.acp-sc.org/understanding-acp/ohio-stackable-certificates-models-for-success.html

Community Research Partners (2008) published the report “Ohio Stackable Certificates: Models for Success,” describing a series of levels in which learners can advance through a certificate system. This is a similar approach to the design principle “Use badges to map learning trajectory.”

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