Accreditation for online learning or Massive Open Online Coursework provides challenges for universities to accept and acknowledge learning as credited coursework.

Awarding credit for different types of educational coursework disrupts higher education’s traditional, formal educational processes for financial and educational accountability.

The recognition of individual credits through ECTS is optimised to support physical mobility, but while theoretically the same tools can be used for virtual mobility and open education, a number of caveats exist in their use.

OEPass is addressing these caveats

Expected Impact

200+

institutional leaders see each major deliverable

120+

HEI practitioners will pilot the OEPass Learning Passport

80+

senior decision maker attend final conference to discuss recommendations

15+

external articles published about OEPass outputs

350+

persons introduced to OEPass through Multiplier Events

7000+

persons reached by partner web pages and newsletters