Description: This session reveals some of the varying, small information evaluators find on academic documents that determine whether they are false, authentic, official, or unofficial. This presentation will encourage evaluators to have a keen eye when reviewing documents and demonstrate that experience is relative as these credentials can throw off even the most experienced evaluators.
Presenter Biography: Bernard Ramos has worked in many roles and has presented at numerous conferences on international education. The scope of his expertise is broad and covers topics such as various systems of education, developing a tailored system for evaluating credentials and theoretical concepts. With almost 14 years of experience, he has conducted training workshops at many universities and helped admissions offices develop highly reliable practices in credential evaluation. Bernard studied at DePaul and Sciences-Po Paris, and he is the Vice President and a Senior Evaluator at Educational Perspectives.
Organization: Educational Perspectives (EP) is a not-for-profit international education research organization and a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). They prepare evaluation reports and provide training workshops, consulting, and translation services. Educational Perspectives is based in Chicago and a signatory to the Groningen Declaration.
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