Digital Credentials for Lifelong Learning
Digitary enables millions of people to share their verified digital credentials and academic achievements online securely, quickly and easily.
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Online issuing of degrees, transcripts and more…
Digitary helps legitimate education providers to give their learners an unparalleled experience.
We do this by allowing institutions to issue digitally certified degree certificates, transcripts and other sensitive documents online. Currently, the world’s top education providers use Digitary to issue documents, with thousands more around the world, who accept Digitary-issued credentials in their admissions processes.
If you are an accredited University, institution or issuing body, enquire to find out how we can save you up to 83% of your administration time.
Share verified degrees and digital records 24/7
Learners can access and share their Digital Credentials including; certificates, transcripts, diploma supplements, Higher Education Achievement Reports (HEARs) and Australian Higher Education Graduation statements (AHEGs) online 24/7 – a 100% self-service model.
They can simply login to Digitary and see all of their certified documents. We enable learners to share their documents with anyone via an email-link or social profile post, and set a time limit on how long specific people can view them.
Instant online verification for third parties
Digitary removes the need for employers, recruiters and other professionals to obtain consent forms and/or perform verification enquiries!
A learner’s verified digital credentials are sent directly to professionals by the learner themselves, with their full consent, and these can be verified in a single click, with no sign up required.
Regular verifiers can avail themselves of more advanced features, including a dedicated verification inbox, or integration with legacy systems using Digitary’s API. Larger Digitary users also benefit from our international integration with partners in China, the US, UK, and EU.
Read about Secure Online Credentials, Degree Verification and more…
The education sector has seen rapid transformations in recent years — predominantly as a result of advancements in technology and the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, education is more digital, more virtual and less interconnected with physical locations. However, despite these shifts and trends, education — especially at higher levels — is more important than ever.
We’re taking a closer look at key education statistics worldwide as both learners and institutions navigate increasingly digital and flexible learning environments.
As the tech revolution in education continues, and learners pursue more flexible and accessible learning opportunities, the way students demonstrate the achievement of academic milestones is changing. In the education sector today, digital badges, also called open badges, are quickly emerging as one of the most popular alternatives to traditional credentials — providing a simpler, more efficient system to display an educational accomplishment.
With a digital badging system, higher education institutions can offer learners a more flexible format to acquire knowledge — promoting higher engagement and supporting their unique lifelong learning journey.
Read on to learn more about digital badges and the benefits and potential uses of these micro-credentials for higher education institutions moving forward.
The Groningen Declaration Network is an international, nonprofit and voluntary network of organisations and individuals created to empower digital student data portability. With the expansion of digital technology and remote learning, and the growing need for flexibility and mobility within the learner experience, the GDN now consists of participants and signatories from over 29 countries worldwide. Network participants envision that students and learners across the globe should be able to digitally consult and share their authentic educational data with whomever they want, whenever they want, wherever they are located.
Each year, the Groningen Declaration Network aims to support the academic and professional mobility needs of individuals worldwide by bringing together stakeholders at its Annual Meeting.