I recently hosted a webinar with Tim Riches, CEO of DigitalMe on the open badging system they are developing for their project based learning programme Supporter2Reporter. It was a fascinating session exploring behavioural design and developing habits of learning.
This weekend, I attended MozFest at Ravensbourne College in London. It was one of those intense event experiences, where you chat with inspiring people and have your mind stretched with new and exciting ideas.
We discussed areas where badges could add value and then developed the criteria for a specific badge idea. The group I was working with focused on rewarding contribution in an online community and we covered concepts like how to surface that contribution in large communities such as MOOCs or HASTAC, peer voting, data visualisation...
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