These resources help with work related to defining the technical architecture, components, modules, interfaces, and data for a system to fulfill functional requirements, align with the overarching purpose and vision, and support the implementation and ongoing maintenance of the system.
PESC - About Us
The Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council (PESC) is an open standards-development and open standards-setting body (governed by a voluntary, consensus-based model), funded independently by annual membership dues and meetings & sponsorships - enabling PESC to support, publish and maintain PESC Approved Standards and technical information free and without charge.
PESC Approved Standards
Learn more about all PESC approved standards by visiting this site.
Credential Engine Transparency/Ctdl
The Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL) is the family of de facto standards for making descriptions of credentials and other resources available as data for search and discovery and cross-system interoperability.
Credential Engine Solutions/Apis
The Credential Registry APIs are for integrations with systems or software products for the purpose of publishing data to and/or for consuming data from the Credential Registry. This site provides a broad overview.
This is the official listing of products and applications reviewed, vetted, or certified by 1EdTech. It’s a powerful tool to verify the integration features of edtech products and enables your organization to achieve an open, trusted, and innovative digital learning ecosystem.
Credential Engine - Technical Site
The Credential Engine technical site provides complete documentation for all Credential Engine technical resources. This site is geared towards technical staff, including developers.
1EdTech Developer Resources
This is a support designed for developers. 1EdTech establishes standards that help ensure a trusted digital ecosystem. Its community-developed and maintained standards help various applications integrate — or work with one another — and then transport student data between those applications as they are used in the teaching and learning environment.
The Ed-Fi Tool suite was developed by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation to assist in improving student achievement in the K-12 education sector.