Stackable Credentials, Modules and MOOCs
Free online microcredentials for family caregivers, teachers and high school students!
It’s time to embark on a new education journey! New Mexico Highlands University, in partnership with Northern New Mexico community organizations, colleges and school districts, now offers stackable credentials, learning modules and MOOCs to help your job and career.
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Technology Learning Support Specialists (TLSS)
The first of its kind in the state! Free, self-paced, fully online modules for parents, caregivers, community members, and teachers throughout New Mexico. When completed, each module results in a badge (credential), recognized by NNM area partners. Badges can be stacked into certificates or course credit at New Mexico Highlands University. The modules can be accessed through d2l.com/open-courses
TLSS is made possible through a Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) grant.
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology Learning Support Specialists (TLSS) Partners
Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations (CESDP)
Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board
HELP New Mexico, Inc. (HELP NM)
Luna Community College
Navajo Technical University
Northern New Mexico College
San Juan College
Santa Fe Community College
Bernalillo Public Schools
Cuba Independent School District
Española Public Schools
Northeast Regional Education Cooperative (NEREC)
Pojoaque Valley School District
Taos Municipal Schools
Zuni Public Schools
Marthann Schulte, Ph.D.
Program Director and Lead Designer (TLSS)
School of Education — New Mexico Highlands University