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Badges, Curation, Credentials and Portfolios: ePortfolios Australia Workshop

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This quick taster design thinking workshop was a 15 minute introduction to open badges and portfolios in education based on the Deakin University OLT project Curate, Credential and Carry Forward Digital Learning Evidence emerging research with 30 minutes of team based portfolio badge design. This workshop was held at ePortfolios Australia on October 2 at La Trobe University in Melbourne.

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Badges, Curation, Credentials and Portfolios: ePortfolios Australia Workshop

  1. 1. CURATE, CREDENTIAL & CARRY FORWARD DIGITAL LEARNING EVIDENCE THE POTENTIAL OF OPEN BADGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION facebook https://www.facebook.com/digitalcredentialin g project site http://boliver.ning.com
  2. 2. A Badge is… "a validated indicator of accomplishment, skill, quality or interest.” MacArthur Foundation “a single credential demonstrating a skill, achievement, quality or affiliation.” Mozilla “a validated accomplishment obtained inside or outside school.” AERA President
  3. 3. Badges in Plain English A digital artefact that contains ‘baked-in’ meta data to a structured yet flexible credentialing system that warrants, endorses, rewards and displays the achievement of specific and verifiable experiences, skills and knowledge through evidence. Coleman & Wisser, 2014
  4. 4. Open Badges Open Badges allow you to verify your skills, interests and achievements through credible organizations. An open standard means you can combine multiple badges from different issuers to tell the complete story of your achievements — both online and off. Display your badges wherever you want them on the web, and share them for employment, education or lifelong learning. http://www.openbadges.org/about/
  5. 5. Doug Belshaw, Mozilla Co-chair, DWL working group
  6. 6. What do they look like?
  7. 7. What are badges and why do we care? http://boliver.ning.com/
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  9. 9. How could Open Badges Transform ePortfolio Practices and Technologies!Serge Ravet, Europortfolio, May 26
  10. 10. Design Challenge Complements Create a badge/badge system that ePortfolios/ Artefacts/evid ence Reinforces Supports Enhances Motivates/ Recognises
  11. 11. ePortfolio & Open Badges Maturity Matrix • https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bxntz9IEOEz wSFVMZ0tyejJqYkE/edit

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