ASCILITE Publications <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">ASCILITE Publications (ISSN 2653-665X) provides a peer-reviewed fully open access publication platform for traditional and non-traditional publications in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in Australasia and abroad. It aims to provide a scholarly distribution and publication pathway for these alternative forms of best practice and thought to traditional journal articles - increasing the reach and impact of TEL to international contributions and an audience beyond the academy. ASCILITE Publications encourages contributions and involvement from early-career academics (including RHD candidates), teaching practitioners and professional staff.</span></p> ASCILITE en-US ASCILITE Publications 2653-665X Micro-credentialing as a sustainable way forward for universities in Australia: Perceptions of the landscape <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>A rapidly evolving higher education landscape is an opportunity for Australian universities to reconsider how it offers education. In a time where knowledge and skills need to be updated constantly, a three- or four-year degree may not suit the currency required in many jobs and other work. A student’s employability and entrepreneurship abilities need to be contemporary and flexible. However, recognising them in a way that is translatable across academia and work providers is limited. This paper surveys how some universities approach micro-credentialing to maintain the currency of their offerings and how the Australian higher education landscape is evolving to meet this need. Also discussed is the perception of the universities’ presence in this space as informed by the survey.</p> </div> </div> </div> Ratna Selvaratnam Michael Sankey Copyright (c) 2019 Ratna Selvaratnam, Michael Sankey 2019-11-15 2019-11-15 1 7