Webinar: Reverse Engineering 21st Century Skills Pathways for Online Programs

How The National University Scholars Program For Adult Learners Aligned Their Leadership Pathway With Industry Standards

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During this webinar, learn how National University (NU) successfully reverse engineered personalized learning pathways from CAS & AAC&U standards to help students from various disciplines work towards earning digital credentials for 21st Century Skills, starting with “Effective Leadership.”

The NU Scholars is a co-curricular program available to online and on-premise adult learners who have demonstrated the potential for high achievement and contribution to society with a full-tuition scholarship, monthly book stipend, and personalized pathways to degree completion.

During this webinar, you will learn how NU:

  • Located standards for leadership and co-curricular skills
  • Aligned assignments to competencies from AAC&U and CAS documents/rubrics
  • Aligned those rubrics to the Program Learning Outcomes for leadership
  • Created a template to map out their 21st century skills pathway (template available for webinar attendees)
  • Created a checklist to capture lessons learned and help others prepare for building their first pathway (checklist available for webinar attendees)


Shannon McCarty, Ph.D.
AVP of the Center for Innovation in Learning
National University

Patricia R. Cardozo
Associate Director, Center for Student Engagement and Activities
National University

Wilson Finch
Director, Higher Education Services - Workforce and Economic Development
Council for Adult and Experiential Learning

James ‘Trey’ George
Student, Bachelor of Arts - Digital Media Design (2020)
National University
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Moderated by:
Hansen Hunt
Director of Marketing

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