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    • 1. 27/11/2013 Moodle User Group 21st November, Stephenson College
    • 2. Moodle User Group - November Agenda 9-30-10.00 Coffee/networking 10.00-10-15 Introductions 10.15-11.00 Lyn Lall – using Rapta to assess Moodle 11.00-11.15 Coffee/networking 11.20-12.00 Plugins – Grid Format/Open Badges 12.00-12.30 My Moodle/Developments 2
    • 3. 3 Open Badges Info Mozilla’s Open Badges site - where you can find out how to use the Open Badge Infrastructure to earn, issue and display Open Badges Badge the UK - Official site for the Badge the UK project Open Badges blog posts Open Badges case studies Jisc RSC Scotland Open Badges - information on the Jisc RSC Scotland’s Open Badges series, how we support Open Badges developments in Scotland and instructions on how to accept one of our badges.
    • 4. 4 Rationale Learning happens everywhere. Yet it's often difficult to be recognized for skills and achievements that are gained outside of school. Goals of the Open Badge Movement • Develop badges as a system for alternative accreditation, credentialing, and recognition; • Help badges expand beyond siloed environments to be broadly shareable; • Truly support learners learning everywhere; • Optimize the value of those badges by allowing badges to be remixable and shareable with different audiences; • Develop a supporting infrastructure to standardize the process and support each learner; • Create an infrastructure that is open and as decentralized as possible to give learners control and support of the entire ecosystem.
    • 5. 5 Badges in Moodle Badges can be configured in Moodle without setting up your server as a provider of badges. They are served through Moodle to users and can only be accessed through the Moodle. Administration>Badges Badges Badges settings Manage badges Add a new badge
    • 6. 6
    • 7. 7 Moodle 2.6 improvements and updates Administration Usability Improved category and course management interface Single activitiy course format replaces SCORM format Bulk course creation tool Improvements to text editor Roles import and export Plugin for embedded files Restoring of very large courses possible Improvements for mobile use Simplified recovery of forgotten name and passwords Performance improvements
    • 8. RSC East Midlands: Contacts Phil Hardcastle phil.hardcastle@rsc-em.ac.uk Lyn Lall lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk 27/11/2013 Moodle User Group 21st November, Stephenson College