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A presentation at the annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Librarians and Information Professionals in Scotland, 4th June 2013.

A presentation at the annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Librarians and Information Professionals in Scotland, 4th June 2013.

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    Open badges for learning: a new way to recognise skills and achievements (#cilips13) Open badges for learning: a new way to recognise skills and achievements (#cilips13) Presentation Transcript

    • ...a new way to recogniseskills and achievements
    • Rationale:Learning today happens everywhere. But itsoften difficult to get recognition for skills andachievements that happen online or out ofschool. Mozilla Open Badges helps solve thatproblem, making it easy for any organizationto issue, manage and display digital badgesacross the web.
    • Learning today happens everywhere. But itsoften difficult to get recognition for skills andachievements that happen online or out ofschool. Mozilla Open Badges helps solve thatproblem, making it easy for any organizationto issue, manage and display digital badgesacross the web.Rationale:
    • Who are you?Dr. Doug BelshawBadges & Skills LeadMozilla Foundation@dajbelshawdoug@mozillafoundation.org
    • Mozilla!(global non-profit)
    • 1. Introduction2. The problem3. Towards a solution4. Who’s using Open Badges?5. What’s next for Open Badges?Overview
    • The Problem
    • Silo 1Silo 2Silo 3DegreeBBCqualificationPRINCE2etc.
    • Silo 1Silo 2Silo 3What skills/attributes aremissing here?(can we present themin a holistic way?)DegreeBBCqualificationPRINCE2etc.
    • Towards aSolution
    • What if we used badgesto credential learning?
    • Not just digital badgesbut Open Badges
    • Open Badges are images withmetadata hard-coded into them
    • CC BY-SA Kyle Bowen
    • Visual representations ofachievements, learning, skills,interests, competencies
    • Open Badges can augmenttraditional education practices
    • They can accommodateformal & informallearning pathways
    • They can represent hard & softskills, peer assessment, andstackable lifelong learning
    • Open Badges can capturelearning wherever & however itoccurs—allowing for innovation
    • CC BY-SA Kyle Bowen
    • Open Badges?(What about degrees, certificates, diplomas?)
    • Not simply either/or—both/and!
    • workforce.io
    • How do we get there?
    • Through a shared badgeecosystem & infrastructure:a universal standard.
    • OpenBadgesInfrastructure(OBI)
    • http://openbadges.org
    • Who’s usingOpen Badges?
    • https://wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Issuers
    • http://cloudworks.ac.uk/badge/badge_list
    • http://www.open.edu/openlearn/
    • http://openbadges.webege.com/
    • http://www.rsc-scotland.org/eassessment/
    • http://www.digitalme.co.uk/student-digital-leaders-badgeathon/
    • https://www.makewav.es/s2r
    • http://dmlcompetition.net/Competition/4/badges-projects.php?id=2246
    • http://www.kenteq.nl/smartsite.net?id=KT_HOME_EN
    • http://workforce.io/
    • http://hubprov.com
    • http://www.ymcanyc.org/association/pages/y-mvp
    • http://sweetwaterfoundation.com
    • http://buzzmath.com
    • http://dmlcompetition.net/Competition/4/badges-projects.php?id=3213
    • http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/national/dln/special/DigitalBadges.html
    • http://www.proexam.org/index.php/technology/digital-micro-credentials
    • http://www.digitalme.co.uk/student-digital-leaders-badgeathon/
    • https://badges.webmaker.org/
    • https://badges.p2pu.org/
    • What’s next forOpen Badges?
    • Open Badges at v1.0 as of March 2013
    • Federationof Badge Backpacks
    • Endorsement
    • COPPA compliance
    • New, open learning standard forWeb Literacy
    • Conclusion
    • Conclusion• Open Badges = metadata-infusedcredentials• We’re now at v1.0 of the OBI• Lots of organisations are alreadyusing badges• You can get started right now!
    • Now!On Twitter: @dajbelshawVia email: doug@mozillafoundation.orgAsk me hard questions!http://openbadges.orghttp://wiki.mozilla.org/Badgeshttps://groups.google.com/d/forum/openbadgesUseful links:
    • AdditionalSlides
    • http://badg.us
    • http://forallbadges.com
    • http://www.badgeos.org
    • http://openbadges.me