I've always liked the concept of badges to establish and disseminate skills within a network. My colleague Lisa has picked up and blogged on an example:
'The Open Badges and Assessment forum is looking at “investigating new ways to credentialize learning With the upcoming release of Mozilla’s Open Badges framework this group is an opportunity for educators and interested parties to discuss the...
This article by my colleague Margaret McKay, the Advisor for Access and Inclusion at the JISC RSC Scotland introduces a new open source e-Portfolio tool that has been specifically created for students with learning disabilities/difficulties. Having seen a run-through of it, I like some of the features which include a picture password, a clean, easy to navigate interface and inbuilt 'Scottish' text to speech capacities.
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