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Moodle plugin for OBF


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How to install and use the Moodle plugin for Open Badge Factory.

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Moodle plugin for OBF

  1. 1. Open Badge Factory Moodle plugin
  2. 2. •Installing •Connecting to OBF •Exporting Moodle badges •Badge list •Badge details •Issuing a badge •Issuance history
  3. 3. •Revoking an issued badge •Awarding rules •Course badges •Badges related to a course •Issuing a badge on a course •OBP and Backpack -settings •Course participiant badges •Displayer -plugin
  4. 4. Install Download Open Badge Factory plugin from: Install the plugin in Moodle Site administration > Plugins > Install plugins
  5. 5. Establishing connection to OBF Post-install
  6. 6. 1. 2. 3. Select & Copy
  7. 7. Paste the API key here
  8. 8. Exporting internal Moodle badges
  9. 9. Selected badges will be available in OBF (and Moodle) after exporting
  10. 10. Badge list
  11. 11. Badges created in OBF are accessible here Badges can be filtered by categories defined in OBF
  12. 12. Badge details
  13. 13.
  14. 14. Issuing a badge (manually)
  15. 15.
  16. 16. Issuance history
  17. 17. Issuing event details (and revoking)
  18. 18. Revoking an issued badge
  19. 19. Select users and click Revoke
  20. 20. Awarding rules •Awarding rules can be created in either Site administration, or course administration
  21. 21. 3. Select a badge and create awarding rules on the Awarding rules tab of a badge. 1. 2.
  22. 22. Select rule type: course or activity completion
  23. 23. Select a course or courses
  24. 24. Define conditions or select which activities need to be completed
  25. 25. Set if all of courses need to be completed, or just of the selected courses. (Default: all)
  26. 26. When a badge has rules, they can be viewed/changed in the Awarding rules tab of a badge.
  27. 27. Course badges •Attach a badge to a course by making a course related rule for it
  28. 28. 3. No badge is attached to the course yet. Select a badge, and create awarding rules 1. 2.
  29. 29. Awarding rule creation is easier when accessed via course administration
  30. 30. Badges related to a course •After attaching course completion rules to a badge, the badge will be related to a course
  31. 31. Badges related to the selected course listed here.
  32. 32. Issuing a badge on a course
  33. 33. Issuing form accessed from a a badge in course administration is different from the form in site administration. It will only list users enrolled on the course.
  34. 34. Open Badge Passport and Backpack -settings •Users can manage what badges they want to appear on their Moodle profile page
  35. 35. 1. 2.
  36. 36. Open Badge Passport does not need connecting, but Backpack does.
  37. 37. Users can have many badge groups on OBP or Backpack, and can select which of them to show on Moodle
  38. 38. Badges of course participants •Users can see the badges earned by other users participating in courses
  39. 39.
  40. 40. Open Badge Factory Displayer Block Moodle plugin •Needs to be installed as a separate plugin •Can be used to display badges on profile pages •Supports multiple services (OBF, OBP, Backpack)
  41. 41. A Displayer block can be configured to display on user profile pages.
  42. 42. Select if you want to display badges from external services or just badges issued on your Moodle site
  43. 43. Links