Provincial councils responsible for facilitating credit transfer activities in Alberta, BC, New Brunswick and Ontario are signing an historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance student mobility across their jurisdictions and on a pan-Canadian basis.
BC's articulation committees play a vital role in the BC Transfer System. BCCAT's latest report looks at the history and practice of articulation committees and examines the factors contributing to their effectiveness.
Following the release of the Phase 1 report, we are pleased to announce the launch of Phase 2 of this pan-Canadian project focused on the development of a national transcript and a glossary of national transfer credit nomenclature.
BCCAT's Joint Annual Meeting will take place on Friday, November 14, 2014 in Richmond. Registration is now open for Institutional Contact Persons, Articulation Committee Chairs, and System Liaison Persons. A draft agenda and information on how to register can be found on the JAM website.
We invite you to check out this new report which examines the use of learning outcomes as the basis for credit transfer. It provides an overview of the existing literature on the subject in general and in practice in BC, Ontario, Europe, the US, and Australia. The paper reviews issues related to the use of learning outcomes as the basis for credit transfer and offers some directions that jurisdictions are pursuing or exploring.