Accreditation that Empowers the Learner

Education is now being dramatically disrupted in a very short period of time both positively and negatively — positively by new technologies and innovations in student learning methods; and negatively by escalating ecological and social disruption as well as increasingly outmoded national accreditation systems. The world situation is demanding a whole new ethos and standard for excellence commensurate with the magnitude of the challenges we face. The consciousness that produced the problem cannot solve the problem. Education must fully support what must be done to prepare the emerging generation for what will be required of them.

What is urgently needed is an education and accreditation system that empowers learners to:

A talk given by Chris Naylor from BNode to members of the Global Accreditation Council of how to make online learning more accessible to people with visual and auditive impairments.