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Open Badges Issues (1): Asymmetry, Trust and Punishment

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A quick presentation on some of the current issues with Open Badges as discussed in http://www.learningfutures.eu/2013/11/punished-by-open-badges/

A quick presentation on some of the current issues with Open Badges as discussed in http://www.learningfutures.eu/2013/11/punished-by-open-badges/

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  • 1. EUROPORTFOLIO About Open Badges Issues and Opportunities! Serge Ravet ADPIOS, EUROPORTFOLIO Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 2. Asymmetry & Rewards Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 3. OBI Asymmetry Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 4. Unanswered question You can trust me Wednesday, 18 December 13 Fine, but why should I trust you?
  • 5. Power asymmetry Authority Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 6. System asymmetry Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 7. System fragmentation Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 8. Consequences Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 9. Trust fragmentation Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 10. Centre Periphery Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 11. A Network has no Centre! Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 12. OBI is not (yet) a trust infrastructure Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 13. Next Step? Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 14. From Wednesday, 18 December 13 To
  • 15. Open Badges as Rewards Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 16. Certificate "They gave fifty-one preschoolers a chance to draw with Magic Markers. Some of them, however, were told that if they drew pictures they would each receive a special, personalized certificate, decorated with a red ribbon and a gold star. Between a week and two weeks later, the children were observed in their classrooms. Those who had been told in advance of the certificate they would receive, Lepper discovered, now seemed to be less interested in drawing with Magic Markers than the other children were—and less interested than they themselves had been before the reward was offered." Open Badge Wednesday, 18 December 13 Punished by Rewards p. 70
  • 17. ? Wednesday, 18 December 13 Why would anyone expect that replacing “a special, personalized certificate, decorated with a red ribbon and a gold star” with an Open Badge bring any different results?
  • 18. Possible Developments? Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 19. Open Badges as the elementary blocks of Trusted Identities Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 20. End Asymmetry Now! Wednesday, 18 December 13
  • 21. EUROPORTFOLIO Merci ! Serge Ravet @szerge ADPIOS, EUROPORTFOLIO Wednesday, 18 December 13