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Higher York Open Badges Workshop

Higher York Open Badges Workshop



This presentation introduces Mozilla Open Badges for an unfamiliar audience, and introduces some simple tools that can be used to get started with designing and issuing Open Badges.

This presentation introduces Mozilla Open Badges for an unfamiliar audience, and introduces some simple tools that can be used to get started with designing and issuing Open Badges.



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  • Ask audience if they’ve heard of badges, and if anybody has earned a badge for anything.
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Higher York Open Badges Workshop Higher York Open Badges Workshop Presentation Transcript

  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyPortability of Achievement –Open Badges in Assessment1Steve Sidaway and Tom HollandMyKnowledgeMaphttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/uk/
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyWhat are Open Badges?2In this session, we will design an openbadge, create the badge, and award anopen badge. You will all earn a badgefor attendance!
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyWhat are Open Badges?Earn Issue DisplayEarn badges for skills you Give recognition for things Show your badges in thelearn on and offline you teach places that matter3
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology4Slides adapted from Doug Bellshaw, Licensed by CC Sharealike 2.0Open badges in professional healthcare education
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology5
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology6
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology7
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology8
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology9
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology10
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology11
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology12
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology13Full version released!• OpenBadges 1.0 launched at the#DML2013 conference• Final standard and referencetoolset, and a new look backpack• Developed by Mozilla in partnershipwith the MacArthur Foundation• A lively and active internationaldeveloper community
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyWho’s currently using Open Badges?Over 600 organisations. Mozilla Webmaker. Corporation for Public Broadcasting. NOAA Planet Stewards. 4-H/USDA. Smithsonian American Art Museum. Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies. MOUSE. Peer toPeer University. Open University / Cloudworks. EDUCAUSE. Codery. Gogo Lab. OpenBadgesUA. UniMOOC aemprende.Cybersociety Observatory. Youtopia. Seton Hall University. Makewaves. YMCA of Greater New York. NYC Department ofEducation. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dallas Museum of Art. HIVE NYC. Providence After SchoolAlliance. workforce.io. DigitalMe. Sweet Water Foundation. David Wiley Introduction to Open Education course. IPTEdTec – Using Technology In Teaching. Coderbits. Open University Cloudworks. Museum Computer Network. Museums &Mobile. MyKnowledgeMap. Illinois Online Network. NASA. Microsoft. Disney-Pixar. Badges Work for Vets. Intel andSociety for Science and the Public. Cybersociety Observatory. OpenBadgesUA. UniMOOC aemprende. workforce.io.OhioCreditFlexibility.org. Sweet Water Foundation. Tamritz. SUNY Empire State College. IPT EdTec. Coderbits. Centerfor Educational Technologies at Wheeling Jesuit University. Codery. Providence After School Alliance. Girl Scouts ofGreater Chicago and Northwest Indiana. Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy. Smithsonian Institution National Museumof Natural History. Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt. Design for America. EarthWorks. DigitalMe. Makewaves. GoGo Labs.BuzzMath. Leverage for Digital On-Ramps. YALSA. UC Davis Agricultural Sustainability Institute. Sweet Water AQUAPONS.Totara Learning Solutions Ltd. Manufacturing InstituteThis is only a partial list… …and it’s growing all the time!14
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyBrainstorm: what would you badge?• Choose an area that’s relevant to youand your group that lends itself toawarding open badges• How could badges motivate yourstudents?• How would badges be useful forverification?• Describe the workflow• What rules might people have to meetto earn a badge?15
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology16A major project implementation• UpBete – A partnership with Leeds TeachingHospitals NHS Trust and Yorkshire and HumberSHA• Online patient education platform to helppatients manage their condition• Children with diabetes and their families designbadges and award criteria themselves• Open Badges will motivate and rewardengagement through rules based engine
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology17Art Supplies 2 by Andrew Forgravehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/aforgrave/6108281552/in/photostream/Open Badge Designerwww.openbadges.me• No Photoshop? No Worries!• Combine a library of graphicalelements to create a unique badgedesign. Add text and change coloursfor anyone to design badges andaward criteria• Publish a custom Open Badgegraphic in PNG format
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyhttp://openbadges.me/18
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology19Issuing badges• Automatic issue when criteria andrules are met• Visual, Xbox-style alerts• Dynamic build of assertions• Quick links to personal Backpacks• Badges automatically stored inthe RMA online systemOpen Badges in ReallyManagingAssessment (planned)
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technologyhttp://badg.us/20
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology9Summary• Supporting Open Badges may be a game changer• We are investigating use of Open Badges across a variety of projects andproducts• First key deliverable is Open Badge Designer• Second key deliverable will be Open Badges in UpBete site• Third deliverable will be a Badge Issuing Component• Fourth deliverable… Open Badges in ReallyManaging Assessment?Photo by Matt Hobbshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ultrahi/2209625078/
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology9Have a badge!• You’ve earned your MyKnowledgeMap Open Badge Awareness badge!• Go to http://ob-awareness.myknowledgemap.com/• Enter your claim code22 – 08 – 39 – 74 - 13• You’ll need somewhere to store your badge:• http://beta.openbadges.orgPhoto by Matt Hobbshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ultrahi/2209625078/
  • ©2013 MyKnowledgeMap LtdInspired assessment learning technology23Ideas?http://www.openbadges.mehttp://ob-awareness.myknowledgemap.comhttp://www.myknowledgemap.com/openbadges@myknowledgemaphttp://www.openbadges.org