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Rethinking Recognition with Open Badges 2.0

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Rethinking Recognition with Open Badges 2.0: Endorsement and Collaborative Issuing Networks

eCampusOntario is the edtech network of excellence for Ontario's 45 publicly funded colleges and universities. The network has been working with its member institutions and CanCred.ca, the Canadian partner of Open Badge Factory (OBF), to "rethink recognition".

This rethink leverages some exciting features of Open Badges 2.0 implemented by OBF's IMS certified technology, such as Alignment and Endorsement, along with other features native to OBF and CanCred, such as collaborative badge issuing. The result is an emerging badge network, where badges converge on a provincial recognition hub, the eCampusOntario Passport.

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Rethinking Recognition with Open Badges 2.0

  1. 1. Digital Credentials Summit February 6, 2019 @donpresant Rethinking Recognition with Open Badges 2.0 Endorsement & Collaborative Issuing Networks
  2. 2. Displayer APIREST LTI
  3. 3. Salava – Open Badge Passport Community Edition dml5-2.dmlcompetition.net/
  4. 4. exported as issued LMS – ePortfolio - eCoP Issuer Plugin Displayer Plugin ATS, SIS, TalentMS Issuer Plugin Displayer Plugin CanCred Factory creating issuing managing Issuer API CanCred Passport Displayer API GET BADGES GET BADGES BADGES ISSUED Badge Record Store Issuer owned badge archive networking verification Interoperability
  5. 5. LTI Integration (Brightspace, Blackboard, Canvas) Recently revised Requires “Pro” subscription
  6. 6. Open Badges v2 Certification
  7. 7. Bilingual service in a bilingual country … with bilingual badges
  8. 8. Opening up Education a) issuing a certificate, diploma or title b) acknowledging & accepting credentials, such as a badge, a certificate, a diploma or title issued by a third-party bit.ly/OpeningUpEd
  9. 9. Sandbox
  10. 10. Original 8
  11. 11. Sample badge
  12. 12. ontar io Bonus interest
  13. 13. Ontario Open Badges Forum 2017
  14. 14. Displayer APIIntegration badges.ecampusontario.ca Badges eCampusOntario - a growing network Mohawk Durham Fanshawe Georgian Ryerson Waterloo Western Windsor Algonquin Humber Seneca Sheridan
  15. 15. Simon Bates, University of British Columbia. CC BY-SA Provincewide faculty PD: Ontario Extend
  16. 16. Extend’s Badged Pathway
  17. 17. Extend’s Badged Pathway
  18. 18. BUILDING AN ECOSYSTEM Early steps
  19. 19. Your Institution PACE / CPS Faculties, Departments Governments Apprenticeship Authority Accreditation Organizations ConEd, CPD Contract Training Professional Education Undergraduate Studies Post-Graduate Studies Post-Secondary Preparation Community Organizations Private Educators & Trainers Employers Business Associations Sector Bodies PSE as a learning ecosystem High Schools Other Institutions Student Bodies Student Services Professional Bodies
  20. 20. Badge sharing - overview SHARE (LINK) Partner 1 Partner 2 Badge Earners Badge Earners ISSUE ISSUE ISSUE SHARE (COPY) Partner 3 Partner …n Further Partner SHARE (COPY) Badge Earners ISSUEISSUE Badge Earners Badge Earners ISSUE
  21. 21. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - link”)
  22. 22. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - link”)
  23. 23. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - link”)
  24. 24. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  25. 25. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  26. 26. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  27. 27. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  28. 28. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  29. 29. Badge issuing networks (“Badge sharing - copy”)
  30. 30. Endorsement - overview A new way to build trust in the network Badges Employer (Consumer) Individual (Earner) College (Issuer) University (Issuer) Industry Association Accreditation Organization Standards Body Professional Body
  31. 31. Endorsement - badge
  32. 32. Endorsement - badge
  33. 33. Endorsement - badge
  34. 34. Endorsement - badge
  35. 35. Endorsement - badge
  36. 36. Endorsement - badge
  37. 37. Endorsement - badge
  38. 38. Endorsement - Organisation
  39. 39. Endorsement - Organisation
  40. 40. Endorsement - Organisation
  41. 41. Endorsement - Organisation
  42. 42. Endorsement - Organisation
  43. 43. Coming: Shared Alignment – getting on the same songsheet” ON Essential Employability Skills 1. Communication 2. Numeracy 3. Critical thinking & problem solving 4. Information management 5. Interpersonal 6. Personal Mohawk Durham Fanshawe Georgian Ryerson Waterloo Western Windsor Algonquin Humber Seneca Creates, shares Copies, aligns.. publishes Additional frameworks (can be layered) Related, sub frameworks Different frameworks Sheridan
  44. 44. Essential Employability Skills algonquincollege.com/ees/ ON Essential Employability Skills 1. Communication Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Presenting, Visual literacy 2. Numeracy Understanding and applying mathematical concepts and reasoning; Analyzing and using numerical data; Conceptualizing 3. Critical thinking & problem solving Analysing, Synthesising, Evaluating, Decision making, Creative and innovative thinking 4. Information management Gathering and managing information; Selecting and using appropriate tools and technology for a task or a project; Computer literacy; Internet skills 5. Interpersonal Team work, Relationship management, Conflict resolution, Leadership, Networking 6. Personal Managing self; Managing change and being flexible and adaptable; Engaging in reflective practices; Demonstrating personal responsibility tcu.gov.on.ca
  45. 45. Alignment & Endorsement synergy Badge Earners (ROADMAP) Employers Standards Bodies Professional Bodies Skills Frameworks Qualification Level Frameworks Professional & Industrial Standards Alignment Industry Associations Accreditation Organizations Post Secondary Institutions Endorsement+ High Value Badges =“Secret sauce”
  46. 46. Complex contagions, such as the adoption of new behaviors, require multiple sources of exposure… Social confirmation from more than one person… “wide bridges” of multiple, redundant ties to bridge clusters and communities press.princeton.edu/titles/11279.html Recent food for thought
  47. 47. Keynote: Mark Surman Free registration: bit.do/OOBF2019 March 1 2019
  48. 48. Questions? @donpresant @SinghMichel

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