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Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable - MIRVA

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Presentation of the MIRVA project at ePIC 2017, Bologna 25-27 October

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Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable - MIRVA

  1. 1. MIRVA Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n
  2. 2. ePortfolio Open 
 Badges Open Recognition 2015 2016 Bologna Open Recognition Declaration 2017 TrustIdentity International Open Recognition Day MIRVA* (*) Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable 2020 2011 m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n
  3. 3. Why do we need Open Recognition? m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n
  4. 4. “recognition precedes cognition” Axel Honneth
  5. 5. Informal The informal space is the open space not yet colonised by the formal space issued formally recognised informally issued informally recognised formally (RPL) Formal Without informal recognition, any formal recognition would be worthless! Recognition
  6. 6. Informal learning is not an inferior form of learning, it is learning Informal recognition is not an inferior form of recognition, it is recognition
  7. 7. Informal learning is not an inferior form of learning, it is learning Informal recognition is not an inferior form of learning, it is recognition I learn I recognise therefore
  8. 8. Are we condemned to remain 
 agents in search of recognition? Can’t we also be recognised as recognisant agents?
  9. 9. Formal Non-Formal Traditional Non-Traditional Competency 
 Badges Micro-Credentials Smart 
 Badges Conversational 
 Badges Self-Issued Badges Peer Endorsement Scout 
 Badges (Institution-centred) Recognition (Community-centred) Nano-Diplomas (Dynamic/Future)(Static/Past) Badges as launchpads Dream Badges Collective Achievement 
 Badges Empowerment Conformance Inclusion Enabling Affiliation 
 Badges Achievement
 Badges
  10. 10. Formal Non-Formal Traditional Non-Traditional Competency 
 Badges Micro-Credentials Smart 
 Badges Conversational 
 Badges Self-Issued Badges Peer Endorsement Scout 
 Badges (Institution-centred) Recognition (Community-centred) Nano-Diplomas (Dynamic/Future)(Static/Past) Badges as launchpads Dream Badges Collective Achievement 
 Badges Empowerment Conformance Inclusion Enabling Affiliation 
 Badges Achievement
 Badges The centre of gravity of Open Badge initiatives is within the conformance quadrant
  11. 11. One dire consequence The increased colonisation of the learning and recognition spaces by formal education! Our mission Decolonise the learning space!
  12. 12. Formal Non-Formal Traditional Non-Traditional Competency 
 Badges Micro-Credentials Smart 
 Badges Conversational 
 Badges Self-Issued Badges Peer Endorsement Scout 
 Badges (Institution-centred) Recognition (Community-centred) Nano-Diplomas (Dynamic/Future)(Static/Past) Badges as launchpads Dream Badges Collective Achievement 
 Badges EmpowermentInclusion Enabling Affiliation 
 Badges Achievement
 Badges How can we move it here? Conformance
  13. 13. Formal Non-Formal Traditional Non-Traditional (Institution-centred) Recognition (Community-centred) (Dynamic/Future)(Static/Past) Dream Badges Empowerment Conformance Inclusion Enabling Discovery Badges
  14. 14. Exploring the full potential of the new Open Badges 2.0 specification: Endorsement m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n and beyond!
  15. 15. How to make informal learning visible? Open Badges Open Endorsements How to make informal recognition visible? Made possible with the 2.0 specification! 2011 2017 m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n and actionable!
  16. 16. How to make informal learning visible? Open Badges2011 Open Endorsements How to make informal recognition visible?2017 m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n and actionable! Open Recognition Communities2020
  17. 17. Open Recognition Communities Open Badges Open Endorsements Power to the issuers! Power to the endorsers! Power to the community!
  18. 18. Open Recognition Communities Open Badges Open Endorsements I R E E I S S
  19. 19. I S S Badge Issuing is a service provided to the community The community defines its policies and rules for issuing recognitions The community enforces its rules Communities as a whole can be recognised Open Recognition Community (ORC)
  20. 20. I S S A community as a whole can be recognised Open Recognition Community (ORC)
  21. 21. How to implement 
 Open Recognition Communities? m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n
  22. 22. Open Recognition Communities I S S I Creation I Extension
  23. 23. Badge Issuing is one of the many services offered to the Open Recognition Communities (ORCs)
  24. 24. ORCs can be combined (recognised)
  25. 25. Users access services through distributing their Open Badges in ORCs
  26. 26. recognitions Offered Our Social Capital …………………………………………...…. + + My Social Capital recognitions Received Your Social Capital (Debt) credit +
  27. 27. 27 Recognition Portfolio 1000 Received Credentials Nom ID Issuer Criteria Evidence Picture … 2000 Issued Credentials Nom ID Recipient Critères Preuves Image … 3000 Evidence Nom ID Type … … … … 4000 Products Nom ID Type … … … … 5000 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 4000 Products Name ID Type … … … … 4100 Articles … … … … … … … 4200 Presentations … … … … … … … 4300 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … General Ledger of Recognitions
  28. 28. 28 in Technology we trust in You I trust
  29. 29. Improved user experience More organic Less individualistic Easier control of access to personal data Empowered communities lead to empowered individuals A kind of Community Backpack
  30. 30. And now? m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n
  31. 31. About MIRVA Facts Duration: 3 years (ends 08/2020) Budget: ~450 000 € Partners: 8 Countries: 6 Partners 1. Espace Mendès France, France (coordinator) 2. European Association for Adult Education, Belgium 3. Forschungsinstitut für Bildungs- und Sozialökonomie (FIBS), Germany 4. Gear Up, The Netherlands 5. Etablissement Public Local d'Enseignement et de Formation Professionnelle Agricole de l'Eure, France 6. Open Knowledge Belgium, Belgium 7. CINECA, Italy 8. Mind 2 Innovate, Greece Objective: Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable Outcomes O1 - Open Recognition Framework O2 - Guidelines for Communities & Individuals O3 - Guidelines for Organisations & Practitioners O4 - Guidelines for Technology Providers & Clients O5 - Guidelines for linking informal recognition with Frameworks O6 - Open Recognition Framework Validation O7 - Open Recognition Portal and Knowledge Base
  32. 32. Open Recognition Framework The aim of MIRVA, is to study the conditions of an Informal Recognition environment through the exploration of: • The potential benefits of Open Endorsement as proposed by the Open Badge 2.0 specification; • The conditions (technical, educational, political, etc.) for the successful implementation of Open Endorsement; • The services that could emerge from the information generated through Open Endorsement; • The mitigation of the risks of poor endorsements practices (e.g. LinkedIn!); • The conditions for creation of an effective continuum between informal and formal recognition;
  33. 33. Sign the Bologna Open Recognition Declaration Contribute to the Open Recognition Day Become a MIRVA /ORA Associate Partner to contribute to / pilot: Join us at ePIC m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n Outcomes O1 - Open Recognition Framework O2 - Guidelines for Communities & Individuals O3 - Guidelines for Organisations & Practitioners O4 - Guidelines for Technology Providers & Clients O5 - Guidelines for linking informal recognition with Frameworks
  34. 34. Serge Ravet Reconnaître - Open Recognition Alliance @szerge Merci ! m i r v a r e c o g n i t i o n

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