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Promise & Practice of #OpenBadges #icdeunisa

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Preconference workshop at the 26th ICDE Conference in Sun City, South Africa

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Promise & Practice of #OpenBadges #icdeunisa

  1. 1. THE PROMISE AND PRACTICES OF OPEN BADGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION JOYCE SEITZINGER #ICDEUNISA OCTOBER 2015   Image cc license by MissMessie – Hexagons https:// www.flickr.com/photos/97335141@N00/5327359783/
  2. 2. JOYCE SEITZINGER •  Founder  Academic  Tribe   •  Learner  Experience  Design   •  Moodle  Tool  Guide   •  @catspyjamasnz  on  Twi@er   •  #ICDEUNISA    
  3. 3. http://www.scoop.it/t/open-badges-oceania
  4. 4. WORKSHOP •  IntroducGons     •  An  introducGon  to  badging  and  badges  in   higher  educaGon   •  Badge  Learning  Design  AcGvity     •  Badge  Visual  Design  AcGvity   •  Badge  System  Design  AcGvity   •  OpGonal:  OrganizaGonal  Maturity  AcGvity   •  OpGonal:  Technical  soluGon  AcGvity  
  5. 5. FIND THIS PRESENTATION www.slideshare.net/catspyjamas
  6. 6. INTRODUCTIONS
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION ACTIVITY (5 MINS) •  Grab  a  post-­‐it    and  turn   it  into  a  badge.     •  Make  the  badge  for   something  you’ve   learned  or  done  in  last  6   months   •  Be  as  creaGve  as  you   like   •  Add  your  name   •  Share  
  8. 8. QUICK OPEN BADGES INTRO
  9. 9. Image cc license @BryanMMathers http://bryanmmathers.com/
  10. 10. BADGE DEFINITION •  “Digital  credenGal  that  represents  skills,   interests  and  achievements  earned  by  an   individual  through  specific  projects,   programmes,  courses  or  other   acGviGes.”  (Mozilla,  2013)  
  11. 11. WHO IS USING DIGITAL BADGES? •  Khan  Academy   •  LinkedIn   •  Deloi@e   •  GamificaGon   •  Do  not  talk  to  each  other.     •  Not  transferable  
  12. 12. CODEACADEMY
  13. 13. TRIPADVISOR
  14. 14. MOZILLA’S OPEN BADGES “Learning  today  happens  everywhere.  But  it's   o`en  difficult  to  get  recogniGon  for  skills  and   achievements  that  happen  online  or  out  of   school.  Mozilla  Open  Badges  helps  solve  that   problem,  making  it  easy  for  any  organisaGon  to   issue,  manage  and  display  digital  badges  across   the  web.”  
  15. 15. OBI (open badge infrastructure)
  16. 16. EARNER, ISSUER, DISPLAYER, AUDIENCE
  17. 17. Image cc license @bryanmathers
  18. 18. BADGE ALLIANCE
  19. 19. WORKING WITH NON-EDU ORGS
  20. 20. CITIES OF LEARNING
  21. 21. INTRODUCTIONS CITIES OF LEARNING
  22. 22. BADGE THE UK
  23. 23. NEW ZEALAND: CORE EDUCATION
  24. 24. PURDUE UNIVERSITY
  25. 25. PURDUE UNIVERSITY - PASSPORT
  26. 26. BORDERS COLLEGE: CPD ACTIVITIES http://www.rsc-scotland.org/?p=3805
  27. 27. https://adventuresinbadging.wordpress.com/2014/08/27/do-looks-matter- discussing-badge-design-with-anu-students/ AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
  28. 28. DEAKIN DIGITAL
  29. 29. OPEN BADGE ACADEMY
  30. 30. OPEN BADGE EXCHANGE
  31. 31. CHALLENGE: DESIGN OR CONNECT THE LEARNING EXPERIENCES BAD GE Formal Informal
  32. 32. CHALLENGE: YOU WILL HAVE TO DEAL WITH BADGES COMING IN
  33. 33. -JOI ITO I DON’T THINK THAT EDUCATION IS ABOUT CENTRALIZED INSTRUCTION ANYMORE; RATHER, IT IS THE PROCESS [OF] ESTABLISHING ONESELF AS A NODE IN A BROAD NETWORK OF DISTRIBUTED CREATIVITY.
  34. 34. LEARNERS CAN PAINT A MAP OF THEIR LEARNING IN THE NETWORK CclicenseFlickrhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/cmkalina/ 5223696997/
  35. 35. Image cc license @bryanmathers
  36. 36. BADGE LEARNING DESIGN ACTIVITY
  37. 37. GROUP ACTIVITY 1: BASICS •  At  your  table,  pick  a  skill  or  achievement  you   want  to  design  a  badge  for.  (Tip:  pick  something   you  all  have  in  common,  like  teaching  or  digital   literacy  skills.)   •  Fill  out  the  le`  hand  porGon  of  the  template  incl,   badge  name,  skills  &  knowledge,  behaviour,   criteria  and  evidence.   •  One  person  to  pitch  your  badge  in  30  sec.   •  5  mins  
  38. 38. GROUP ACTIVITY 2: PEOPLE •  Fill  out  the  right  hand  porGon  of  the  template.   Start  with  Users.   •  Then  move  on  to  Endorsers,  Channels  and   Awarded.   •  5  mins   •  Feedback  round  
  39. 39. TABLE ACTIVITY 3: VALUE PROPOSITION •  Fill  out  the  value  proposiGon  for  each  user   group  for  your  badge.  This  is  all  about   moGvaGon  for  parGcipaGon  in  the  learning   process…   •  5  mins   •  Feedback  
  40. 40. GROUP ACTIVITY 4: YOUR CONTEXT •  Fill  out  the  learning  pathways  and  resources   for  your  badge   •  Under  resources,  consider  also  which   backpack  your  users  might  use   •  5  mins   •  Recap    
  41. 41. YOUR BADGE DESIGN CANVAS •  You  have  now  completed  the  whole  badge   canvas  process.   •  Debrief.   •  OpGonal:  Share  your  badge  design  with   twi@er  or  other  social  media.  
  42. 42. BADGE VISUAL DESIGN ACTIVITY
  43. 43. GROUP ACTIVITY •  Let’s  analyze  the  visual  cues  of  badges   •  Note  down  visual  cues  as  we  go  through  slides  on   your  handout   •  Think:  What  are  other  cues  you  could  use?   •  Think:  What  are  issues  for  creaGng  visuals  in  your   context?  What  are  opportuniGes?  
  44. 44. CODEACADEMY
  45. 45. DIGITAL ME / MAKEWAV.ES
  46. 46. OLDS MOOC
  47. 47. https://adventuresinbadging.wordpress.com/2014/08/27/do-looks-matter- discussing-badge-design-with-anu-students/
  48. 48. GROUP ACTIVITY •  Discussion:  What  issues  do  you  see  for  creaGng   visuals  in  your  context?  What  opportuniGes?   How  would  your  students  perceive  badges?     •  Homework:  Explore  the  visual  badge  designs   (www.slideshare.net/catspyjamas)  and  find  some   more…   •  Create  3  visual  designs  for  3  related  badges    
  49. 49. BADGE SYSTEM DESIGN ACTIVITY
  50. 50. http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/badge-pathways-part-1-the-paraquel/ BADGE SYSTEM DESIGN
  51. 51. 3 PART BADGE SYSTEM http://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/a-foundational-badge-system-design/
  52. 52. STACKABLE FACE BOOK INSTA GRAM BLOG TWIT TER YOUT UBE SOCIAL NINJA
  53. 53. DESIGNING BADGE SYSTEMS
  54. 54. LEAN STARTUP CYCLE FOR BADGE SYSTEMS IDEAS BADGESDATA BUILD MEASU RE LEARN 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
  55. 55. CONSIDER BADGE ECOSYSTEM
  56. 56. GROUP ACTIVITY •  Use  the  post-­‐its  in  front   of  you  to  begin  designing   a  badge  system     •  You  may  want  to  use  the   badge  you  made  earlier   as  a  basis.   •  SGck  the  badges   together.   •  Create  5-­‐6  badges  
  57. 57. GROUP ACTIVITY Think  about     •  Who  awards  the  badges,     •  What  triggers  the  badge   to  be  issued   •  What  are  the  criteria  and   evidence   •  How  do  they  relate?   •  Are  they  stacked?   •  Do  they  have  common   visual  design?  
  58. 58. ORGANIZATIONAL MATURITY MATRIX OpGonal  acGvity    
  59. 59. http://www.learningfutures.eu/2014/07/eportfolios-open-badges-maturity-matrix/
  60. 60. TABLE ACTIVITY •  Opportunity  Mapping   •  What  opportuniGes  do  you  see  for  RMIT  with   open  badges?  
  61. 61. TECH SOLUTIONS FOR OPEN BADGES OpGonal  acGvity    
  62. 62. BADGE OS
  63. 63. ACHIEVERY
  64. 64. BADGE LIST
  65. 65. RED CRITTER
  66. 66. OPEN BADGE FACTORY
  67. 67. YOU GET A BADGE! To  claim   •  Go  to  Credly.com   •  Use  claim  code     E3F-­‐AA78-­‐09C   Or  email   hello@academictribe.co  
  68. 68. Joyce Seitzinger @catspyjamasnz @academictribe joyce@academictribe.co BE A NODE IN OUR NETWORK!

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