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Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
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Mozilla Open Badges
Mozilla Open Badges
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  • Capturing of informal learning. Formal learning already has methods of capturing learning in the guise of diplomas and certificates. They can supplement traditional socially-accepted acknowledgements. They’re easily comprehensible, extensible and referenceable. A nice in-between a degree and nothing.
  • What if learning were more like the web? Open, remixable, free.
  • Visual and in our case Digital representations of formal & informal learning. All badges are earned .
  • They can act within formal, traditional learning venues and they can accommodate new, alternative learning practices.
  • Formal and informal learning.
  • Badges are extremely flexible: they can be adapted to highlight hard skills but they can also represent the extremely important soft skills: such as peer mentorship or community involvement or .
  • Badges are extremely flexible: they can be adapted to highlight hard skills but they can also represent the extremely important soft skills: such as peer mentorship or community involvement or .
  • This conversation does not have to be adversarial, but instead can accommodate both traditionally recognized validations of learning and skills as well as new and informal alternative credentials.
  • As a part of our commitment to learning on the web, Mozilla Foundation is creating the open badge infrastructure. We hope this infrastructure will extend the value of badges from each issuer across the entire badge ecosystem, making it easy for learners to collect and combine badges across various websites, networks and applications.
  • Let’s jump in.
  • Badge title Badge description Badge criteria Badge image issuer issue date recipient expiration date evidence URL
  • Develop badge systems for your learners Plug your badge system into the OBI Participate in our advisory group Contribute to the community knowledge base
  • Mozilla open badges: making it easy to issue, earn and display badges across the web
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    • 1. Mozilla Open BadgesPeter Rawsthorne, M.Ed IThttp://openbadges.org@OpenBadges This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041, USA.
    • 2. What if we usedbadges for learning?
    • 3. Not just digital badges but Open Badges
    • 4. Visual representations ofachievements, learning, skills, interests, competencies
    • 5. Open Badges can complement traditionaleducation practices
    • 6. They can accommodate formal & informal learning pathways
    • 7. They can represent hard & soft skills, peer assessment, and stackable lifelong learning
    • 8. Open Badges can capturelearning wherever & however itoccurs—allowing for innovation
    • 9. Open Badges?(What about degrees, certificates, diplomas?)
    • 10. Not simply either/or— both/and!
    • 11. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 12. How do we get there?
    • 13. Through a shared badgeecosystem & infrastructure: a universal standard.
    • 14. Open Badge Infrastructure (oh hai, OBI!)
    • 15. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 16. after-school program free online course government agency
    • 17. DISPLAY SITES personal web job sites site social networking WordPress / Tumblr profiles
    • 18. RESULTS jobs new unlock learning opportunities
    • 19. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 20. Issuers & Endorsers Earners Displayers
    • 21. BADGE DISPLAY SITES SUCCESS
    • 22. Badge metadata spec + Issuer API
    • 23. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 24. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 25. Questions ?Open Discussion.
    • 26. What’s next?
    • 27. Open Badges - 2012 Q2: OBI public beta Q4: Improved Ux Q4: Open Badger betaOpen Badges – 2013 Q1: OBI v1.0 Q1: Open Badger v1.0
    • 28. Mozilla Open Badgeshttp://openbadges.org@OpenBadges This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041, USA.

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