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Using 
the 
Grades 
Area 
for 
Achievements 
and 
Badges 
Dylan 
Barth 
UW-­‐Milwaukee 
djbarth@uwm.edu
Boy 
Scouts 
of 
America
World 
of 
WarcraC
EDUCAUSE
English 
205: 
Business 
WriJng
How 
did 
I 
get 
here?
Step 
1: 
Determine 
ObjecJves 
Log 
into 
the 
course 
site 
regularly 
ARend 
class 
regularly 
Submit 
assignments 
on ...
Step 
2: 
Develop 
the 
System 
Number 
of 
achievements 
CompleJon 
vs. 
measurement 
Incremental 
vs. 
non-­‐incremental...
Step 
3: 
Name 
the 
Achievements 
Short 
DescripJve 
Memorable
Step 
4: 
Design 
Images
Step 
5: 
Create 
Grayscale 
Images
Step 
6: 
Rename 
Files
Step 
7: 
Upload 
into 
Course 
Files
Step 
8: 
Create 
Grade 
Item
Step 
9: 
Link 
to 
Files 
in 
Comments
Step 
10: 
Copy 
HTML 
Code
Students 
See 
This
Step 
11: 
Distribute 
List
Step 
12: 
Use 
ReporJng 
Tools
Step 
13: 
Keep 
Track!
Step 
14: 
Update 
Grades 
Area
Student 
Now 
See 
This
Step 
15: 
NoJfy 
Students
Step 
16: 
Evaluate 
EffecJveness
What 
about 
Credly?
What 
about 
Intelligent 
Agents?
What 
about 
leaderboards?
Resources
Resources
Using 
the 
Grades 
Area 
for 
Achievements 
and 
Badges 
Dylan 
Barth 
UW-­‐Milwaukee 
djbarth@uwm.edu
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Using the Grades Area for Achievements and Badges - 2014 Brightspace Ignite Wisconsin

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Presentation titled "Using the Grades Area for Achievements and Badges" by Dylan Barth of UW-­‐Milwaukee. Nov. 14, 2014 at the Brightspace Ignite regional forum in Waukesha, Wisconsin

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Using the Grades Area for Achievements and Badges - 2014 Brightspace Ignite Wisconsin

  1. 1. Using the Grades Area for Achievements and Badges Dylan Barth UW-­‐Milwaukee djbarth@uwm.edu
  2. 2. Boy Scouts of America
  3. 3. World of WarcraC
  4. 4. EDUCAUSE
  5. 5. English 205: Business WriJng
  6. 6. How did I get here?
  7. 7. Step 1: Determine ObjecJves Log into the course site regularly ARend class regularly Submit assignments on Jme Take mid-­‐semester surveys Perform well on assessments Perform well on in-­‐class acJviJes
  8. 8. Step 2: Develop the System Number of achievements CompleJon vs. measurement Incremental vs. non-­‐incremental Expected vs. unexpected IncenJvizing achievements
  9. 9. Step 3: Name the Achievements Short DescripJve Memorable
  10. 10. Step 4: Design Images
  11. 11. Step 5: Create Grayscale Images
  12. 12. Step 6: Rename Files
  13. 13. Step 7: Upload into Course Files
  14. 14. Step 8: Create Grade Item
  15. 15. Step 9: Link to Files in Comments
  16. 16. Step 10: Copy HTML Code
  17. 17. Students See This
  18. 18. Step 11: Distribute List
  19. 19. Step 12: Use ReporJng Tools
  20. 20. Step 13: Keep Track!
  21. 21. Step 14: Update Grades Area
  22. 22. Student Now See This
  23. 23. Step 15: NoJfy Students
  24. 24. Step 16: Evaluate EffecJveness
  25. 25. What about Credly?
  26. 26. What about Intelligent Agents?
  27. 27. What about leaderboards?
  28. 28. Resources
  29. 29. Resources
  30. 30. Using the Grades Area for Achievements and Badges Dylan Barth UW-­‐Milwaukee djbarth@uwm.edu

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