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Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
Digital Badges @ UCF
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Mini-presentation within ELI's shortcourse: "Digging into Badges" …

Mini-presentation within ELI's shortcourse: "Digging into Badges"
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  • 1. Digital Badging @ UCF Dr. Kelvin Thompson Dr. Beth Nettles University of Central Florida Mini-Presentation within ELI’s short course: “Digging into Badges”
  • 2. Badge or Be Badged A Little Background
  • 3. Badging the InfoLitMods An Institutional Pilot
  • 4. http://infolit.ucf.edu
  • 5. • 13,840 assessment completions by • 4,433 students in • 422 course sections taught or led by • 94 faculty members who created • 430 instances of • 4 information literacy modules with an average score of • 85.30% across all modules' summative assessments. InfoLitMods Year One (2008-2009)
  • 6. • 38,423 assessment completions by • 8,082 students in • 159 unique courses taught or led by • 160 faculty members who created • 1275 instances of • 13 information literacy modules with an average score of • 85.19% across all modules' summative assessments. InfoLitMods Year Four (2011-2012)
  • 7. http://credly.com
  • 8. Obojobo (Module Platform) UCF Middleware Credly (UX)
  • 9. Obojobo (Module Platform) UCF Middleware Credly (UX) InstitutionalData(Mitigates risk)
  • 10. Obojobo (Module Platform) UCF Middleware Credly (UX) InstitutionalData(Mitigates risk) Free API
  • 11. How Does It Work? Structure of Pilot Project
  • 12. Communication Plan ● InfoLit web site ● Email to faculty currently using InfoLit Modules ● Illuminations newsletter ● Webcourses@UCF listserv ● IF Office ● FCTL ● Library digital signage ● Installments ● SDES venues ● New Faculty Orientation ● New Student Orientation ● Twitter/Facebook ● Subject Librarians’ Newsletters
  • 13. Support
  • 14. Roles It Takes a Village
  • 15. • Oversight: Kelvin Thompson • Management: Beth Nettles • Developers: Ian Turgeon, Zach Berry, Jacob Bates • Graphic designer: Kyler Wilson • InfoLitMod Partners: Librarians - Elizabeth Killingsworth & Corinne Bishop • Digital Badging Committee: (those above plus) Tom Cavanagh, Shea Silverman, Andre Watts, Linda Futch , Francisca Yonekura, Elisabeth Greenwood Pilot Badging Team
  • 16. So How’s It Going? Initial Findings from Week One of Pilot
  • 17. Initial Data 1044 - badges sent via institutional email addresses 634 - individual students who’ve earned badges 10 - students earning badges from non-assigned mods 4 (1 student) - Number of badges claimed via Credly
  • 18. Observations ● Earners driven by assignment (currently) ● Watching for student-driven uptick later ● Troubleshoot module-to-middleware process ● Potential value in each phase of badging: ○ Notification email ○ Claiming (“Save and Share”) ○ Making public
  • 19. What Next? Phase II and Beyond for Badges @ UCF
  • 20. What’s in the Hopper? ● UCF Phase II: Professional development offerings ● Test current process with BlendKit2013 ● Discussions of “campus life” badging ● Other pockets of interest emerging on campus ● Build vs. buy decision could emerge
  • 21. Questions? kelvin@ucf.edu enettles@ucf.edu

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