Anne Reed currently serves as the founding Director of Micro-Credentials at the University of Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.
In this role, she developed a process to propose, review, develop, and implement new micro-credentials at the university. She currently serves on multiple advisory boards, including the leadership team for UPCEA, Council for Credential Innovation. Previously she served as Lead Learning Designer for the Graduate School of Education at UB, and as Program Manager for Open SUNY. She is the co-founder of the Meaningful Gamification Academy (MeGa).
She has served as principal or co-investigator on state and federal grants, including as Co-PI on the NSF Convergence Accelerator project: A Universal Framework of Micro-Credentials for Nation-Wide Employment.
As a current PhD candidate in Curriculum, Instruction and the Science of Learning; her research examines the influence of micro-credentials design processes on the production of reusable artifacts.
for participation in
a PaperClip Communications webinar held on