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NYC Department of Education validates the development of essential college and career readiness skills for thousands of students.


EDUCAUSE validates the accomplishments of IT professionals in higher education through a range of training programs and experiences.


The Smithsonian offers limited edition digital badges for participation in unique educational events, programs and activities.


Heritage Preservation certifies professionals in collections care, disaster planning, and the preservation of historical materials.


Professional Services Champions League recognizes winners of world-series championship events in the Professional Services industry.


UCF Center for Distributed Learning recognizes employees who develop new features and bring winning ideas to reality.


San José State University issues progressive checkpoint and master badges for participants in a MOOC for LIS Professionals.


NMC and ISTE acknowledge educators in HP Catalyst Academy’s open courses on STEM skills in K-12.


Deakin University verifies completion of MOOCs and empowers peers to validate in-course achievement.


The YMCA of Greater NY acknowledges youth who achieve physical fitness goals, including completion of the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award challenge.


Museum of Modern Art verifies completion of its online courses by issuing official MoMA badges learners can proudly showcase.


The Dallas Museum of Art nurtures visitor engagement with DMA Friends, a free membership program rewarding tens of thousands of visitors.


Instructure issues Canvas Authorized Trainer (CAT) Program badges, their official designation for education technology professionals.


UA iDesign acknowledges exceptional members of a statewide community of instructional designers.


University of Central Florida certifies mastery of information literacy skills vital to success in college and the workplace.


Training Magazine recognizes great organizations through its Training 125 program, and winning companies issue badges to employees.


University of Alaska Fairbanks acknowledges faculty for professional development in a fun yet meaningful way with a growing collection of digital badges.


Haiku Learning empowers students to unlock and showcase classroom achievements through a powerful integration with their LMS.

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Employers and Trainers Organizations like Adobe, Instructure, Training Magazine, The Thiagi Group, and the Shedd Aquarium use digital credentials to validate skills individuals bring to their current and future jobs.

Professional Associations EDUCAUSE, the American Alliance of Museums, NMC and ISTE use Credly to officially recognize professional skills and contributions their respective fields need and value.

Credentialing & License Boards Regulatory, IT and certification boards, academic, government, and corporate entities issue digital credentials verifying rigorous vetting, high stakes exams, and continuing education requirements.

Schools, Colleges & Universities NYC Department of Education, Yale, and thousands of others use Credly to reward student success, from MOOCs to job readiness, as well as to acknowledge professional achievements of teachers and staff.

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Groups like the Smithsonian and the Professional Services Champions League validate progressive levels of participation using badges commemorating online and face-to-face conferences and events.

App & Content Providers Technology and content providers – ranging from LMS and CRM, mobile apps, and community sites to online assessment and remote proctoring tools – use the Open Credit API to make achievements more visible.

Cultural Institutions Organizations like the Dallas Museum of Art, the YMCA and the National Museum of Natural History use Credly platforms to engage visitors, and record and reward their achievements in informal learning settings.

Community & Youth Programs The U.S. State Department, NYC Department of Probation, National Park Service, MoMA and many others illuminate pathways to bright futures by recognizing service learning, life and career skills, mentoring, and lifelong learning.

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