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Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
Open badges and Moodle - What and Why!
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  • 1. OPEN BADGES & MOODLE What Why Where When Why but mostly, badges are serious stuff! Gavin Henrick Learning Technology Services http://www.lts.ie
  • 2. Badges are
  • 3. Content •Why Badges? •What are Badges? •How do they work? •Who is using them?
  • 4. WHY BADGES?
  • 5. Learning Learning today happens everywhere. But it’s often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen online or out of school.
  • 6. Mozilla Open Badges Mozilla Open Badges helps solve that problem, making it easy for any organization to issue, manage and display digital badges across the web.
  • 7. SOME RECENT RESEARCH
  • 8. CITY UNIVERSITY LONDON A project on Open Badges in Higher Education Perception and Potential Dr. Ian Glover – Sheffield Hallam University Farzana Latif – University of Sheffield
  • 9. City University London Project •Aim to identify perception and possible value •Semi-structured interviews with staff •Focus groups with students
  • 10. City University London Findings •Students want to use badges to stand out from peers •Desire to link badges to requirements of professional accreditation •Important not to issue too many • each badge must represent genuine achievement
  • 11. What were the common criticisms? How can you respond to them? "Childish" • plan and design them to be meaningful "Hard to design without skills" • simple, free tools available "Lack of consistency in use" • set a policy about the requirements for a badge
  • 12. Reference http://altc2013.alt.ac.uk/sessions/open-badges-in-higher- education-perception-and-potential-323/documents/ http://shura.shu.ac.uk/7173/1/Glover_- _Investigating_perceptions_and_potential_of_open_badge s_in_formal_higher_education_-_proceeding_112141.pdf GLOVER, Ian and LATIF, Farzana (2013) Investigating perceptions and potential of open badges in formal higher education. In: Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013. AACE, Chesapeake, VA, 1398-1402. ISBN 9781939797032
  • 13. WHAT ARE BADGES?
  • 14. CV I claim that •I can … •I learned •I am able to •I am competent in •I took part in …
  • 15. Badges Badge is a digital proof that •I can … •I learned … •I am able to … •I am competent in … •I took part in …
  • 16. Badges Visual representations of •Achievements •Skills •Learning •Interests •Competencies
  • 17. CC BY-SA Kyle Bowen
  • 18. Open Badges •Not proprietary – using free software and open technical standard •Help knit skills together •Are full of information that can be verified •Are portable •Can be earned from multiple sources
  • 19. HOW THEY WORK
  • 20. WHO IS USING THEM?
  • 21. Who is using Badges • Over 700 organisations • Formal and informal educational institutions • Multinational corporations • Industry associations • Non-profits • Groups interested in Professional development • 85,000 issued since launch in 2012.
  • 22. LEARN.MOODLE.NET
  • 23. http://edcetera.rafter.com/using-badges-to-quantify-learning-outcomes-at-uc-davis/
  • 24. Jisc RSC Scotland Open Badges series •Digital Practitioner Series •Digital Innovator Series •Digital Leadership • http://www.rsc- scotland.org/eassessment/2013/01/15/developing -the-series-information-and-designs-for-the-jisc- rsc-scotland-openbadges/
  • 25. P2PU - https://p2pu.org
  • 26. workforce.io
  • 27. Border College • http://www.rsc-scotland.org/?p=2454 http://www.bolt.ac.uk/
  • 28. Border College – Student vote
  • 29. ENOUGH ALREADY!
  • 30. WE GOT IT.
  • 31. BADGES ARE DIGITAL PROOFS
  • 32. WHAT NOW?
  • 33. WE NEED A PLAN!
  • 34. We need a plan! •What to Badge? •Who will issue Badges? •Design the Badges •Issuing platform
  • 35. What to Badge • What skills, achievements to promote • What criteria to use for each badge • Break it down to a granular level • Are there relationships between the badges?
  • 36. Who issues Badges •Central Department •Teachers •Students
  • 37. Platform options Technical options •Automated from completion of a course / task •Manual from offline completion •Manual from wider assessment •Verification in 1 month, 1 year, 2 years?
  • 38. Designing Badges •Shapes •Colours •Themes •Icons •Pathways / Groups •Branding See - The Digitalme BadgeCanvas
  • 39. Platform options Technical options •Automated from completion of a course / task •Manual from offline completion •Manual from wider assessment
  • 40. BADGE CANVAS - DIGITALME http://www.digitalme.co.uk/badgecanvas/
  • 41. Evidence •What artefact will show the criteria has been met
  • 42. Skills + Knowledge •What skills does the badge represent?
  • 43. Behaviours •What behaviours does the badge encourage?
  • 44. Criteria •What do you need to do to earn the badge? •Does it expire?
  • 45. Value Proposition •Why bother earning the badge? •What opportunities does it unlock? •What benefits for: • Earner • Issuer • Consumer
  • 46. Endorsers •Who supports and recognises your badge?
  • 47. Channels •Where does a user find out about your badge?
  • 48. Awarded •Who awards the badge and how?
  • 49. Users •Who is the badge for? •Earner •Issuer •Consumer
  • 50. Badge Pathways •What other badges exist in your eco system? •Are there different levels?
  • 51. Resources & Sustainability •What resources are needed for the badge to work? • Technology? • Expertise? • Money?
  • 52. Template
  • 53. EXAMPLE
  • 54. STUDENT VIEW
  • 55. Block: My latest badges
  • 56. Profile: My badges
  • 57. TEACHER SIDE
  • 58. Manage Badges
  • 59. Add Badge
  • 60. Badge Criteria
  • 61. Selecting Criteria
  • 62. Enabling a Badge
  • 63. Enabled and Active
  • 64. Badge Recipients
  • 65. Contact Gavin Henrick E: gavin@lts.ie T: @ghenrick B: http://www.somerandomthoughts.com S: http://www.slideshare.net/ghenrick/ L: http://ie.linkedin.com/in/gavinhenrick

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