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Dive into Digital Badges! A Badge Curriculum Workshop

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#badgecurric presentation at #alaac14 by Emily Ford, Nicole Pagowsky, & Annie Pho

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Dive into Digital Badges! A Badge Curriculum Workshop

  1. 1. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Dive into Digital Badges! A Badge Curriculum Workshop #badgecurric Emily Ford, Urban and Public Affairs Librarian, Portland State University Nicole Pagowsky, Research & Instruction Librarian, University of Arizona Annie Pho, Resident Librarian, University of Illinois Chicago
  2. 2. ALA 2014 #badgecurric A. Intro to Badges B. Creating Badges 1. Purpose, goals, structure 2. Outcomes, criteria 3. Assessment, evidence 4. Visual design, alignment C. Wrap-Up Agenda
  3. 3. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Quick Intro to Badges Background Information
  4. 4. ALA 2014 #badgecurric What IS a badge, anyway? A badge is a visual representation of a skill, achievement, or knowledge gained.
  5. 5. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Intro. to Badges - Background flic.kr/p/5b5MGR
  6. 6. ALA 2014 #badgecurric http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3224/2653462361_9c725e 4dca_o.jpg
  7. 7. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Who is using badges? DMA Friends Program Educause Untappd
  8. 8. ALA 2014 #badgecurric How are we using badges?
  9. 9. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Portland State University - Emily Website Evaluation Prof/ Pop/ In-between Contributor to Info Landscape Source Documentatio n Analysis of Info Learning Outcomes Core Badge Curriculum Undergraduate community Health classes Search Techniques
  10. 10. ALA 2014 #badgecurric University of Arizona - Nicole LIBR Credit Course Research + Writing Tutor Training Library Information Literacy Institutional: General Education, Engagement, Retention
  11. 11. ALA 2014 #badgecurric University of Illinois-Chicago - Annie First-Year Library Instruction Developing Incorporating Searching & Finding Evaluating
  12. 12. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 1 Purpose + Goals + Structure
  13. 13. ALA 2014 #badgecurric
  14. 14. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Image credit: carlacasilli.wordpress.com
  15. 15. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Image credit: http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/
  16. 16. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Image credit: dmlcentral.net
  17. 17. ALA 2014 #badgecurric “Gamification is an emergent approach to instruction which facilitates learning and encourages motivation through the use of game elements, mechanics and game- based thinking.” (Kapp, 2013)
  18. 18. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Image credit: zefcan.com
  19. 19. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Image credit: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~frankecurtis/research ALA 2014 #badgecurric
  20. 20. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 1 Activity: 5 min Use the handout to brainstorm the following: 1. WHY: The goal or purpose for your badges 2. WHAT: The standards to align your badges with your audience 3. HOW: The overall badging structure
  21. 21. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 2 Outcomes + Criteria
  22. 22. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 2 - Achievements & Criteria What’s in a badge? Badge Name Description Criteria Issuer Evidence Date issued Standards Tags Photo credit: Badge anatomy. CC BY Kyle Bowen
  23. 23. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 2 - Showing off achievements Mozilla Backpack: online dashboard
  24. 24. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 2 - Mapping outcomes Badge Name Description Criteria Issuer Evidence Date issued Standards Tags Learning Outcomes
  25. 25. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 2 - Developing your theme . The Mega Badge
  26. 26. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 2 Activity: 10 min Use the handout to brainstorm the following: 1. WHY: The specific outcome for one badge 2. WHAT: The theme for your badge system 3. HOW: The criteria needed in order to earn the badge
  27. 27. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 3 Assessment + Evidence
  28. 28. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 3 - Assessments
  29. 29. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 3 Activity: 10 min Decide on what kind of assessment you’d like to use for your chosen badge, and what evidence should be sufficient for you to be able to award it.
  30. 30. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 4 Visual Design + Alignment
  31. 31. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Creating Badges Step 4 - Design 1. Consider your audience 2. Badges and Identity 3. User Feedback 4. Reiterate Process Cat Meme Expert
  32. 32. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 4 Creating Badges Don’t just put a logo on it.
  33. 33. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 4 Creating Badges Don’t just put a logo on it.
  34. 34. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 4 Creating Badges Examples:
  35. 35. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Step 4 Activity: 10 min Using the template on your handout, grab some markers and design your own badge! Take a photo of your design and tag it with #badgecurric!
  36. 36. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Wrap-Up
  37. 37. ALA 2014 #badgecurric
  38. 38. ALA 2014 #badgecurric Your turn! Within 30-60 seconds… Tell us about your badge: ● What is it? ● Why did you make it? ● Who/what is it for? ● Any new insight? Image credit: miller-communications.com
  39. 39. ALA 2014 #badgecurric #badgecurric Emily Ford, Urban and Public Affairs Librarian, Portland State University @femilyr Nicole Pagowsky, Research & Instruction Librarian, University of Arizona @pumpedlibrarian Annie Pho, Resident Librarian, University of Illinois Chicago @catladylib

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