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CREDIT Faculty Webinar Flyer

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CREDIT Faculty Webinar Flyer

December 30, 1899

​​​This webinar is designed to showcase our team of teaching faculty from relevant academic disciplines, representing a diversity of colleges and universities. 

Topics will include:

  • Who reviews CREDIT - examining vetting and credential requirements
  • How faculty assess and validate whether courses, occupations, or professional examinations have the appropriate content, scope, and rigor for college credit recommendations

Upon completion of the workshop, you will have experienced a rare glimpse into how our faculty selection and review process works.​

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