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NSF POSE: Invitation to Join the Global LER Planning

On behalf of collaborators involved in supporting the Learning and Employment Records (LER) space, including the Learning Economy FoundationPublic Consulting GroupRanda Solutions and others, DXtera is extending an open invitation to join a growing effort to pursue an NSF Open Source Ecosystem submission focused on the need for capabilities to support a Global LER.  (RFP for the Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems (POSE) opportunity is linked here). We will be submitting for a planning phase award to the NSF on May 12. View the information slides here. If you are interested in joining the planning team, email Lauren Lopez at lauren@dxtera.org.

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