Assessment Provider

Using LearnCard to add standards-based verifiability to your assessments!

If you're an assessment provider interested in understanding how LearnCard can augment your testing and assessment strategyβ€”you've come to the right place! πŸŽ‰

This guide will walk you through everything you need to get started. No prior experience required.

First things first: you need to identify your use case. Why are you interested in using LearnCard in the first place?

Some common use cases:

  • βœ… Verifiable Assessment Credentials: you want to issue verifiable credentials for your assessments that plugin into a wider ecosystem. Start here.

  • πŸ“’ Publish Assessment Frameworks: publish your assessment frameworks to increase the value and accessibility of your credentials for your learners and partners. (coming soon 🚧)

  • πŸ“Š Assessment Dashboards: visualize the impact of your assessments in a safe, trusted, and privacy-preserving environment. (coming soon 🚧)

Are you using LearnCard?

We'd love to hear to hear from you! Share your story in our Github Discussions, or send us an email at community@learningeconomy.ioβ€”we'd love to feature your work πŸ™Œ.

Quick Start

These are some of the most common and quickest ways to get started.

#1β€”Issue Credentials for your Assessments

To issue credentials for your assessments, you can either setup your own, interoperable Issuer by following these steps, or you can reach out to us for support and custom development to help connect your Assessments.

🀽pageCreating an Interop IssuerπŸ’…pageCustom Development

#2β€”Enable Your Partners to Verify Your Assessments

🚧 Coming soon


Sometimes you need more than the basic, out-of-the-box flows because you have a complex community or use case. That's great! All of our tooling is fully pluggable and open-source, so with a little elbow grease and developer time, you should be able to accomplish your goals.

Don't have your own developers? We're here to help.

Build Your Own Bot

Does your community use a platform not yet supported? Let's change that:

Build Your Own Plugin

Do you have a unique requirement, such as supporting a specific DID method, protocol, or system? You might need to build your own plugin:

pageWriting Plugins

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