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Are micro-credentials really the answer?

Keypath's Executive Vice President and Country Manager of Canada, Graeme Owens, sat down with Canadian HR Reporter to discuss online macro-credentials and the
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How online degrees could help solve Canada’s nursing shortage

Nurses are in high demand all over the world, and no country seems to have anywhere near the number of trained professionals to meet the needs brought on by
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Capacity-building in Healthcare Through Field Placements for Online Programs

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Designing a Better Online Student Experience

When the pandemic hit Canada, two million postsecondary students had their learning experience change. Moving them to a remote environment was a huge
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Keypath Education Certified as a Great Place to Work® in Canada for 2021 - 2022

TORONTO – January 10, 2022 - Keypath Education, a global EdTech company that partners with world-leading universities to create innovative and in-demand online
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Programs and Pedagogies for 2022 and Beyond

The future of work The shift in the way we work happened in a matter of weeks with the arrival of COVID-19. All at once, employees needed strong digital and
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CEO Keys - 2022 Predictions

The transformation of higher education across the globe has continued in 2021. While many universities are re-opening their doors to on-campus students, I
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Meet a Keypather: Jessica Chan

What is your role at Keypath, and what does a day in your life here at work look like? I am the Admissions Manager for Sunway University, our first partnership
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A Guide for Canadian Postsecondary Education: Online Macro-credentials

TORONTO - Keypath Education has released a guide that suggests a new direction for postsecondary education in Canada by defining an online macro-credential
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Meet the Working Learner

Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about online macro-credentials. They benefit the learning missions of postsecondary institutions, and, at the same time, they
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We have what we need to help close the Nursing Shortage gap

We have what we need to help close the Nursing Shortage gap

Over the weekend, a headline appeared in the Toronto Star that caught my attention: “An Ontario nursing shortage has been predicted for years. Now, it’s turned
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Alberta is on to something: the 2030 plan

Even before the global pandemic, academic institutions, learners and professionals across Canada and around the world were reconsidering the state of education
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University of Ottawa and Keypath Education launch Canada’s first-ever Executive Master of Health Administration program at the Telfer School of Management

University of Ottawa and Keypath Education launch Canada’s first-ever Executive Master of Health Administration program at the Telfer School of Management New
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Meet a Keypather: Ligia Popescu

What is your role at Keypath, and what does a day in your life at Keypath look like? As Senior Marketing Manager, a typical day might include connecting with my
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StatsCan Study on Universities’ Post-Pandemic Future Is Missing a Major Opportunity

All of us who work in post-secondary education, and care deeply about its success in the immediate and longer-term, took notice of the StatsCan study released
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