Reputation of curricula
We can get the reputation of curricula based on effective user learning data, rather than just relying on the brand or prestige of the certification or institution.
A typical certification becomes old, after a certain period of time. When the user is asked to be recertified after an updated course, the study process starts all over again even if the materials are mostly the same. By contrast, the learner can update the old material in a granular way, making the re-certification an obsolete process.
Monopolistic e-learning companies hide and lock the learner's data records into their databases. Such data cannot be used by third-party tools as learners would like to do. Today, interoperability and data portability is precluded.
We can give learners back ownership of their learning activities.