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MIRVA: The European Open Recognition Project

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Presentation by Bert Jehoul, Serge Ravet and Dominic Orr at Open Belgium 2018 - http://2018.openbelgium.be/session/european-open-recognition-project-mirva-making-informal-recognition-visible-and-actionable-2

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MIRVA: The European Open Recognition Project

  1. 1. m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n Open Recognition Framework Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union Louvain La Neuve, Belgium - March 12th 2018
  2. 2. m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable
  3. 3. Comment reconnaître les apprentissages informels ? Open Badges2011 Open EndorsementsComment rendre visibles les reconnaissances informelles ? 2017 Open Recognition2020 Comment rendre les reconnaissances informelles visibles et actionnables ? Comment rendre visibles les apprentissages ? ePortfolio2001
  4. 4. Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable An Open Recognition Alliance Project supported with a grant from the European Commission France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Netherlands + network of European countries 20202017
  5. 5. m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n What is 
 Open Recognition?
  6. 6. “Recognition precedes knowledge” —Axel Honneth “Anerkennen geht dem Erkennen voraus”
  7. 7. The original Open Badge Infrastructure mimicked the traditional formal recognition model Top Down The power to recognise was kept into the hands of the traditional “authorities”
  8. 8. The original Open Badge Infrastructure mimicked the traditional formal recognition model Top DownIt was Issuer centred The power to recognise was kept in the hands of the traditional “authorities”
  9. 9. The original Open Badge Infrastructure mimicked the traditional formal recognition model Top Down The power to recognise was kept in the hands of the traditional “authorities” Individuals were denied the right to recognise
  10. 10. The original Open Badge Infrastructure could not support Open Recognition The Mozilla Backpack epitomised a system where individuals were confined to seeking recognition and denied the right to recognise
  11. 11. Open Recognition needs an ecosystem where everybody is recognised as a recognisant agent who: #1 has the right to recognise and be recognised #2 has the means to recognise and be recognised If the introduction of endorsements in the 2.0 Open Badges specification is a first step to open recognition, there is still much work to be done to make it a reality!
  12. 12. Exploring the full potential of the new Open Badges 2.0 specification: Endorsement m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n and beyond!
  13. 13. Open Recognition Communities Open Badges Open Endorsements Power to the issuers! Power to the endorsers! Power to the communities! institutions individuals communities
  14. 14. The original Open Badge Infrastructure was based an individualistic representation of the value of the individual: The Open Recognition Infrastructure is based on a social representation of the value of the individual: my backpack, my badges Communities I recognise and who recognise me People I recognise and who recognise me Organisations and institutions I recognise and who recognise me Open Recognition Communities
  15. 15. Me the communities I recognise and who recognise me the people I recognise and who recognise me the organisations and institutions I recognise and who recognise me
  16. 16. m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n Open Recognition Framework Opening recognition to all
  17. 17. Formal Non-Formal Non-Traditional Institution Community DynamicStatic Traditional Past Future Empowerment Conformance Enabling Inclusion Recognition
  18. 18. Formal Non-Formal Non-Traditional Institution Community DynamicStatic Traditional Past Future Empowerment Conformance Enabling Inclusion Recognition ?
  19. 19. I: Individual O: Organisational S: Societal Recognition Target Macro Meso Micro Source Macro S2S S2O S2I Meso O2S O2O O2I Micro I2S I2O I2I
  20. 20. micro meso macro Recognition Flows
  21. 21. Open Badge Infrastructure Open Recognition Infrastructure Services Spray & Pray! Collect, Display & Pray! Recognise & Activate Open Recognition Pods Recognition Flows
  22. 22. Open Recognition Framework The framework does not pretend and does not intend to be neutral. It is designed within the perspective of building an open and inclusive society where citizens are fully empowered to act and transform education and employment, rather than merely adapting to them. It is a framework for action, individual and collective
  23. 23. Framework Open Recognition
  24. 24. m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n ePIC 2018 Paris, 24-26 October
  25. 25. Open Recognition Day Open Recognition Week Open Badges Open Recognition 22-28 Octobre 2018 ePIC 24-26 Octobre 2018 2017 2018
  26. 26. ePIC 2018 Multidisciplinary Not just education Not just technologies Interdisciplinary Bilingual
  27. 27. 10 Open Badge Challenges #1 Open Recognition Networks #2 Informal Recognition #3 Open Endorsement #4 Open Discovery #5 Advanced Visualisation #6 Social Capital Representation #7 Open Pathways #8 Semantic value #9 Open Services #10 Interoperability ? 10 Open Recognition Challenges 2017 2018
  28. 28. How to make informal recognition more visible and more actionable? mirva.openrecognition.org
  29. 29. Serge Ravet Reconnaître - Open Recognition Alliance @szerge Merci ! m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n ePIC 2018 Paris 24-26 October Dominic Orr FIBS @DominicOrr

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