Nan Travers - BIO

Nan Travers is the director of the Center for Leadership in Credentialing Learning at SUNY Empire State College. She focuses on research, policies and practices of the recognition, validation, and credentialing of learning. Currently, she is the PI for a U.S. Department of Education grant Credential As You Go: Transforming the Credentialing System of the U.S., which researches the Incremental Credentialing Framework’s six strategies for recognizing and credentialing learning. She is also the PI for a subaward for a Lumina Foundation grant REACH, which is exploring learning recognition and credentialing from an equity and inclusion lens, and just completed another Lumina Foundation grant, All Learning Counts, which focused on evaluating competency-based workplace learning for college credit and embedding into micro-credentials that lead to degrees.

Nan Travers previously led the development of the Global Learning Qualifications Framework to assess college-level learning, serves on the board of the Prior Learning International Research Consortium, is a lead contributor to the Learning Recognition Collaborative, and has served on the core team for the national Connecting Credentials initiative. Travers serves as founding co-editor for the journal: PLA Inside Out (www.plaio.org). She has a Ph.D. in Adult Learning from the University of Connecticut, an M.A. in Curriculum Development from Johnson State College in VT, and a B.S. in Biology from Ramapo College in NJ.

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