Today Digitary is celebrating the recognition of over 2 million learner accounts globally. This is a milestone achievement incorporating learners from not only Digitary Core available in Europe and the UK, but also ARUCC MyCreds ™ | MesCertif™ in Canada, My eQuals in Australia & New Zealand, the new RECSIE Japanese rollout and through our EduCampus partnership in Ireland.
On the Platform, over 2 million students and graduates can access their official digital certificates, transcripts and supporting academic documents; and share them with employers, education providers or other parties.
Digitary has grown to become the digital credential experts and a leading online platform for certifying, sharing, and verifying academic credentials globally. Empowering learners with a single repository for their verified official documents and their digital badges, recognising formal and non-formal learning experiences earned throughout their degree.
Learners around the world who have access to a Digitary account as a part of our global rollout will feel confident that their academic documents and transcripts are securely held in one place. Digitary takes the hassle out of receiving and providing official academic documents, giving greater levels of control to learners worldwide.
Along with digital copies of academic documents some of the features that learners will have access to now and in future updates to the Digitary platform include digital badges and micro-credentials technology and SSI.
Digitary gives learners the freedom and flexibility to access and share their verified academic achievements online 24/7, securely, quickly, and easily with employers, admissions offices, and government agencies around the world.
Digitary continues to work with our partners to bring onboard new participants to be available to more learners and evolve the platform in recognition of lifelong learning, enhancing learner mobility and improving graduate employability through digital credentials.
Digitary was launched in Dublin, Ireland in 2005, and has grown to become the leading online platform for certifying, sharing, and verifying academic credentials. Learner-centric since the very start, Digitary enables millions of learners to access their verified achievements and to share them with others securely, quickly, and easily. Digitary is now used by organisations in over 135 countries. For further details visit www.digitary.net
About My eQuals and HES
My eQuals is the official platform of Australian and New Zealand Tertiary Education Providers, providing a nationally consistent digital credentials solution for institutions and learners alike. My eQuals empowers learners with a single repository for their verified official documents and their digital badges, recognising formal and non-formal learning experiences earned throughout their degree.
Higher Ed Services (HES)is a professional services company of Universities Australia, fostering collaboration in Higher Education. HES was appointed by the ANZ universities as the managing organisation for the My eQuals initiative. To learn more, visit www.myequals.edu.au
About MyCreds™ | MesCertif™ and ARUCC
MyCreds™ | MesCertif™ credential wallet features 24/7 access for learners to view and share their verified and official transcripts, credentials, and documents in a digitised format. Secure, cryptographically signed documents can be sent conveniently and require no further verification. The platform not only creates efficiencies to what was once a paper-based process, but also plays a significant role in mitigating credential fraud.
The Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC) owns MyCreds™ | MesCertif™. ARUCC provides leadership in the post-secondary education field and service to its member institutions nationally and internationally, helping foster the advancement of registrarial practices and learner focused service delivery in Canada. For more information about MyCreds™ | MesCertif™, visit www.mycreds.ca
RECSIE was established in January 2014 and is a non-profit organisation aiming at contributing to the internationalisation of higher education and promoting a research agenda that goes beyond the borders of our individual universities. The core objective of RECSIE is to collaborate with universities around the world for enhanced student mobility and to develop the talent of our students through cultural diversity. RECSIE joined the Groningen Declaration Network in early 2020, the first from Japan, and has taken up the digitalisation initiative for Japanese higher education community. For more information visit www.recsie.or.jp
EduCampus Services was incorporated in April 2015 to deliver business critical ICT application services and Management Information Systems (MIS) to the Higher Education and Research sectors in Ireland. EduCampus’ mission is to provide leadership to the higher education sector by delivering a range of innovative systems and services to meet the needs of the client community. To learn more, visit www.educampus.ie