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#et4online Badges First workshop

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Badges First workshop on #openbadges with Whitney Kilgore and Robin Bartoletti. 22 April 2015, Dallas, Texas.

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#et4online Badges First workshop

  1. 1. BADGES FIRST WORKSHOP WHITNEY KILGORE ROBIN BARTOLETTI JOYCE SEITZINGER #ET4ONLINE
  2. 2. QUICK OPEN BADGES INTRO
  3. 3. DIGITAL BADGE DEFINITION • “Digital credential that represents skills, interests and achievements earned by an individual through specific projects, programmes, courses or other activities.” (Mozilla, 2013)
  4. 4. WHO IS USING DIGITAL BADGES? • Khan Academy • LinkedIn • Deloitte • Gamification • Do not talk to each other. • Not transferable
  5. 5. CODEACADEMY
  6. 6. MOZILLA’S OPEN BADGES “Learning today happens everywhere. But it's often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen online or out of school. Mozilla Open Badges helps solve that problem, making it easy for any organisation to issue, manage and display digital badges across the web.”
  7. 7. OBI
  8. 8. Not this one…
  9. 9. OBI
  10. 10. EARNER, ISSUER, DISPLAYER, AUDIENCE
  11. 11. http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/badge-pathways-part-1-the-paraquel/ BADGE SYSTEM DESIGN
  12. 12. BADGE FIRST CHALLENGES
  13. 13. PROCESSES • Curriculum is not a large fixed entity • Offerings would become more flexible – and therefore admissions/enrolments • Pathways would be more flexible • Personalized learning pathways the norm • Curriculum review quicker and more responsive
  14. 14. DESIGN • Assessment design becomes explicit • Designing for lifelong learning becomes easier (ongoing PD) • Learning experience separated from assessment • Design for feedback, support and tracking
  15. 15. PEOPLE • Faculty • Learners • Academic Development staff / eLearning support • Library • Industry Stakeholders • Ownership changes • More team based • Act like a community to “tend” the badge system
  16. 16. PRODUCTS (warning: entirely my dream world) • Curriculum documents > badge systems • Course sites & resources > badge learning experience sites • LMS > badgekit, badge navigator? • Timetable/Academic calendar > flexible and ongoing
  17. 17. CONCLUSION Extremely challenging to achieve in existing structures and cultures More likely to succeed in • new platforms (Skillshare, Treehouse), • new ventures (Swinburne Online, Chisholm Online, Deakin Digital, ) • or new communities or industries
  18. 18. BADGE LEARNING DESIGN EXERCISE
  19. 19. BADGE SYSTEM DESIGN EXERCISE
  20. 20. http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/badge-pathways-part-1-the-paraquel/ BADGE SYSTEM DESIGN
  21. 21. 3 PART BADGE SYSTEM http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/a-foundational-badge-system-design/
  22. 22. LEAN STARTUP CYCLE FOR BADGE SYSTEMS IDEAS BADGESDATA BUILD MEAS URE LEARN www.academictribe.co Build faster Incremental deployment Just-in-time scalability Developer sandbox Usability tests Simple prototype Badges Optimise your badge marketing Measure faster Have a clear badge owner Real time alerts on badge issues Usability tests Do user surveys/focus groups A/B testing Learn faster User analytics Weekly reports Badge owner reporting
  23. 23. DESIGNING A BADGE SYSTEM TEMPLATE - ACTIVITY • As a whole group, let’s take a look at one way of designing a badge system • Participate in Google Doc. Template by Mozilla Open Badges / Badge Alliance http://tinyurl.com/badgesfirst-temp • You can duplicate and amend for own purpose later.
  24. 24. Whitney Kilgore @whitneykilgore Robin Bartoletti @robinwb Joyce Seitzinger @catspyjamasnz BE A NODE IN OUR NETWORK!

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