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How Mozilla’s Open Badges May Work In the Real World

How Mozilla’s Open Badges May Work In the Real World | about Badges | Scoop.it
After 18 months in the darkness of beta world, Mozilla's Open Badges project stepped out into the light recently with the unveiling of Open Badges 1.0. B
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Toolness » Blog Archive » A HTML Microformat for Open Badges

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Must revisit all of these technical entries to get better understanding of HOW it works. Feel and think I get the WHY though

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Open Badges: Want to Make Your Own Badges by Hand? Here's How.

Open Badges: Want to Make Your Own Badges by Hand? Here's How. | about Badges | Scoop.it
After doing quite a bit of research into Mozilla's Open Badge Project, I took it upon myself to try to make a badge by hand.  What about using the Issuer API?  Wouldn't that be simpler?  Well, not ...
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having a go gleened from https://openbadges.etherpad.mozilla.org/OBIAugust7?  -

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Open Badges Made Easy with Makewaves

it will be interesting to see how this develop : Makewaves (www.makewav.es) is the safe social learning platform for 5-19 year olds. It provides free moderated blogging tools for edcuators worldwide.
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Top 5 benefits of open badges for corporates

Top 5 benefits of open badges for corporates | about Badges | Scoop.it
most of the points in this blog make sense to me and are potential great use of Badges. I still can t quite get my head around if the badges link back directly to the evidence. must continue the digging!
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How Does Your Garden Grow? Considering Badges Discovery | The San Franista

How Does Your Garden Grow? Considering Badges Discovery | The San Franista | about Badges | Scoop.it
I m interested in learner more about how learners can build their own learning pathways in possibly "different universes" and connect the skills via badges.
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MoPad: OBIJuly17

community call july 17th. many relevant links including presentation on badges for scientists to recognize sharing and curation
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Put a Badge On It | edtechdigest.com

Put a Badge On It | edtechdigest.com | about Badges | Scoop.it
While there are numerous types of badging technologies, the Mozilla Open Badges for Lifelong Learning initiative has established a framework for the scalable, stable, growth of badge ecosystems. The Mozilla framework ...

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Learning Locker: it’s your data | Ben Betts is...

about tin can. how it could work with Open Badge infrastructure as mapped by serge ravet on OB google group. blogger: Dave Tosh A new product that we are currently working on here at HT2, Learning Locker, has several important aspects at its core, one of which.
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The past tense of open badges

The past tense of open badges | about Badges | Scoop.it
Some commentators are heralding open badges as the nemesis of the college degree. I don't quite see it that way. It is true they are uneasy bedfellows. As Mark Smithers observes... "It's interestin...
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critical eye on badges, again the comments that follow the post add to the great conversation that the post sparks: demonstration of mastery at one point (snapshot) vs application (ongoing)

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Open Badges- Learning Happens Everywhere | Synergy Learning Blog

Open Badges- Learning Happens Everywhere | Synergy Learning Blog | about Badges | Scoop.it
What Open Badges is, where to create your own and download our Moodle Maestro Badge for your Moodle site.
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must refine my thoughts in the light of what I read on the googlegroup about tincan, inCol and OBI

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Planet Badges

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Aggregation of Blogs about badges. If you blog or/and tag about Badges, get in touch to be added to the list

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E-learning Market Update - March 2013: Open Badges | Elearning Market

E-learning Market Update - March 2013: Open Badges | Elearning Market | about Badges | Scoop.it
Fresh from a meeting in Chicago, this month's market update looks at Open Badges: what they are, how they work, what's in it for employers - and why you need to act now.
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Love the what's in it for employers.  To create bridge ed/work

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I need help sharing a Credly badge to my Mozilla Backpack. – Customer Feedback for Credly

I need help sharing a Credly badge to my Mozilla Backpack. – Customer Feedback for Credly | about Badges | Scoop.it
how to from Credly to Backpack
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What reputation systems can teach us about badge system design | HASTAC

What reputation systems can teach us about badge system design | HASTAC | about Badges | Scoop.it

Dan Hickey's recent post Research Design Principles for Studying Learning with Badges  prompted me to reflect on the distinction between reputation systems and credentialing / badge systems. Why does this distinction matter? In part because the research on recommender and reputation systems that underpin the "anywhere, anytime" learning of the Web have much to teach us about how people participate online, how they establish trust, and how they find, define, and measure quality.

 

Likewise, the information science literature has much to learn from education and learning science disciplines. We need both bodies of research (and many others) if we are to design effective badge systems that genuinely make learning better for the maximum number of learners. 

 

The most important reason for this distinction, though, is because there are asymmetric power-law distributions in online reputation systems and by paying attention to what is already known about technology-mediated social participation, we can consider how we might inadvertently replicate inequity through badge system design. Maybe that's a topic for another post. But there is an implied argument among advocates of reputation-based or peer learning that crowdsourcing credentials is better than the traditional system of credentialing.

 


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via DML Competition - need to consider the peer learning/crowdsourcing credentials more than trad ways.

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Welcome to Badges: New Currency for Professional Credential

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Coursesites'MOOC stating Sept. 92013

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Credly

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must investigate this further. believe it is a proprietary product. wirth with pathbrite ep system (ref. Deakin) Credly is the universal way to recognize, share and celebrate achievement in any setting. Give and earn credit, credentials, or digital badges that matter.
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The Noun Project

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Creating, Sharing and Celebrating the World's Visual Language.
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those might come in handy in badge design

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Explaining Open Badges through analogy

Explaining Open Badges through analogy | about Badges | Scoop.it
Sometimes it's best to explain things through analogies.
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the power of Analogy!

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