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Badger Block brings Open and Custom Badges to a Moodle near you

Badger Block brings Open and Custom Badges to a Moodle near you | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it

A block to manage all your badges!


While this block hasn't yet been released, it is a great preview of what's to come when badges can be pulled directly into Moodle and displayed or can be customized by and displayed on a specific site.


Some great work here by Ian Checkland. Read his other posts somewhere else on this Scoopit

Via gideonwilliams, grainnehamilton
Rob Watts's curator insight, April 21, 2013 8:12 AM

Gamifification in education, rewards for achievement and meeting goals great way to engage learners.

Jasmin Hodge's curator insight, April 22, 2013 5:19 PM

I hope I hear when it is released as it looks like something I would definately use and need in our new Moodle 2 release this summer along with our new badge proposals :)

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OpenLearn - Rationale for the new Moodle 2.1 Quiz

Latest in the informative Transforming Assessment series run by the University of Adelaide. Presenter: Phil Butcher (Open University, UK). 'This session covers the rationale behind the development the new Moodle 2.1 quiz engine, its history and future developments'... includes things like pattern matching and confidence based marking.

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Richard Wyles: Open Badges and Moodle/Mahara

"The "Moodle as Issuer, Mahara as Displayer" project will integrate Mozilla's "Open Badges" software to issue, manage and display digital badges in Moodle and 3rd party sites such as social media and also eportfolio systems - we'll develop a solutions for Mahara."

Via Andreas Link, grainnehamilton
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