Humber’s June 2021 Project Highlight on Humber College Develops “Digital Fluency for The Workforce” Stackable Micro-credential


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Humber College continues to make regular contributions to “The League for Innovation” in the Community College publication. Humber’s initiative “Digital Fluency for the Workforce” (DFW) Stackable Micro-credentials, spearheaded by COWD (Community Outreach and Workforce Development) along with FLA (Faculty of Liberal Arts and Innovative Learning),  led by Nivedita Lane, Project Lead and Principal Investigator of the DFW Project, funded by Future Skills Centre (FSC), was chosen as the centerpiece of League’s June iStream.


Learn more about the DFW initiative in the feature published  HERE.


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