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Group Brainstorming Tools | GroupMap

Group Brainstorming Tools | GroupMap | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

GroupMap’s unique platform allows people to brainstorm individually on a customisable map, which then combines to show everyone the group perspective.

By giving each person their own map to add, remove and move ideas, they get their own space to think, without edit wars and other communication barriers.

Research shows that individual brainstorming prior to group discussion leads to better outcomes both in terms of quantity and quality of ideas.

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Digital Badges Need Mass to Matter

Digital Badges Need Mass to Matter | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

"one year ago in March, the Mozilla Foundation (perhaps best known for the Firefox web browser), released version 1.0 of the Open Badge Infrastructure. Students who achieve something worthy can be awarded, display, and share a digital Open Badge. Think Scouting, but woven with pixels and metadata.

Unlike earlier digital badges which were just static images that could be easily counterfeited by cut-and-paste, these have significant differences:

    Verifiable: Each digital Open Badge graphic embeds inside of it data about who issued the badge, who earned it, and for what it was earned, information that can be verified by a single click on the badge leading back to a web page that the issuer controls.
    Portable: Open Badges can be stored outside of any one product in what Mozilla calls a “backpack” and shared by earners on Facebook, LinkedIn, WordPress, websites and even in digital documents.
    Stackable: Because the badges are based on an open technical standard that anyone can adopt, different badges earned from different organizations can be stored together in a “backpack” (Mozilla’s or someone else’s) and, theoretically, shared in combination."

 

 

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SAP va ouvrir des cafés HANA pour attirer les start-ups

SAP va ouvrir des cafés HANA pour attirer les start-ups | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Le géant allemand du logiciel d'entreprise prévoit de lancer à travers le monde une chaîne de cafés ouverts 24 h/24 au nom de la plate-forme in-memory HANA (High Performance Analytic Appliance) que l'éditeur veut mettre de plus en plus au premier plan.

Comme l'a déclaré le président de SAP, Hasso Plattner, « l'idée est d'offrir un espace à des start-ups qui développent des applications tournant sur la plate-forme HANA et de les mettre en relation les unes avec les autres ». Selon SAP, 1 250 start-ups développent actuellement des projets pour la plateforme HANA. S'exprimant au nouveau SAP Innovation Center de Potsdam/Berlin hier, le président et co-fondateur de l'éditeur allemand a déclaré : « Nos espaces sont destinés à accueillir ces start-ups et à les connecter entre elles. Elles pourront s'entraider et même collaborer si elles ne sont pas dans la même niche de marché ».

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qareerup

qareerup | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Qareerup permet de s'auto évaluer sur des domaines de compétences. L'évaluation est réalisée par un QCM dans un temps imparti. L'évaluation sera sanctionnée par l'obtention d'un badge décrivant le niveau de la personne.

 

 

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The Hidden Beauty Of Skill Trees

The Hidden Beauty Of Skill Trees | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

The recent launch of Path Of Exile's open beta—a new hack & slash action RPG known especially for its enormous skill tree, as you can see in the pic above—inspired us to collect some of the best looking skill and research trees spanning a variety of genres. It's interesting to see how creatively devs can handle this part of a game.

 

 

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I'm awarding badges - Google Apps Script integration with Persona and Mozilla Openbadges

I'm finally awarding  Mozilla Open Badges through a  complete badge environment that handles questions, marking, badge assertion, persona authentication and Mozilla backpack awards. I introduced this in a previous post, but now that I've added the last stage of Persona and Mozilla integration, you can actually move these badges into your openbadges backpack.

It ended up being a bit of mashup of various technologies, but the main one is Google Apps Script and ScriptDB to handle the award and badge management, with a jQuery panel that can be embedded in any blog or web page.

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Mozilla Open Badges Issuer Gadget for Google Sites (and issuing Badges using a Google Spreadsheet)

Mozilla Open Badges Issuer Gadget for Google Sites (and issuing Badges using a Google Spreadsheet) | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Want to issue badges in Google Sites? That was the challenge I set myself. My solution is the Open Badges Issuer Gadget for Google Sites. This gadget wraps the Mozilla Issuer API to allow you to issue badges from a Google Site. To use the gadget is insert into a Google Site and prefix (base url) is set for your Assertion JSON. To allow users to collect their badges direct them to the web address of your Site page containing the gadget adding ?claim_code={assertion url post fix}

 

 

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Recognizing, Supporting, and Attracting Adult Learners with Digital Badges

Recognizing, Supporting, and Attracting Adult Learners with Digital Badges | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Shifting demographics and workplaces create new needs for non-traditional adult learners. Two responses to these changes have been online learning and certificates. The use of digital badges is another response to these needs that is full of potential.

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Welcome to the new reputation economy (Wired UK)

Welcome to the new reputation economy (Wired UK) | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it
Your every online transaction requires you to establish your trustworthiness.

Imagine a world where banks take into account your online reputation alongside traditional credit ratings to determine your loan; where headhunters hire you based on the expertise you've demonstrated on online forums such as Quora; where your status from renting a house through Airbnb helps you become a trusted car renter on WhipCar; where your feedback on eBay can be used to get a head-start selling on Etsy; where traditional business cards are replaced by profiles of your digital trustworthiness, updated in real-time. Where reputation data becomes the window into how we behave, what motivates us, how our peers view us and ultimately whether we can or can't be trusted.

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Badgeville Integrates with IBM Connections

Badgeville Integrates with IBM Connections | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

(...) This sales best practices example is one of the ways that Badgeville integrates with IBM Connections. You can also reward participation in the wikis, blogs, for voting, contributing to ideation forums and other aspects across any department. You can decide on both the behavior and the context to reward. Since the desired behaviors vary from company to company, Badgeville offers the ability to set your targets and context. You get Achievement rewards that can be combined to get a higher level Mission reward for a desired collection of behaviors. You can have many leaderboards within and across different groups.

Another feature in the Connections integration is reputation management. Reputation is earned through high value behaviors, rather than merely being attributed to what people say they’re good at doing. This earned reputation then travels with a user, both across Connections communities, and to other enterprise systems being gamified by Badgeville. So if you are level 5 expert on a topic, your comment in an activity stream carries this designation. Here is a sample reputation management screen.

 

 

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SaaS et gamification – 4 exemples de logiciels « gamifiés »

SaaS et gamification – 4 exemples de logiciels « gamifiés » | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

4 critères à prendre en compte pour évaluer la qualité de la gamification:

 

1/ Onboarding. Les premières utilisations du service sont cruciales pour bien démarrer une expérience gamifiée.

2/ Récompenses. Elles doivent avoir du sens, être cohérente avec ce que l’utilisateur réalise.

3/ Feedbacks. Des retours d’informations permettant d’évaluer les conséquences de ses actes. On doit en voir partout !

4/ Intégration de la gamification. La gamification fait partie intégrante du logiciel, chaque action a un impact sur l’ensemble de la plateforme. On parle alors de « jeu comme un système ».

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Social Business for Complex Organizations

Complex organizations must integrate social into how they do business despite the shifts needed to make it happen.

Ensuring that the entire organization is measuring social consistently is just as important as the math itself.

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The Future of Assessment, Accreditation & The Internet: Deconstructing Mozilla’s Open Badges Project

The Future of Assessment, Accreditation & The Internet: Deconstructing Mozilla’s Open Badges Project | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Badge and badge-like systems already exist, but the problem is that they often start and end with an individual organization. (...)
One of the big ideas behind the Open Badges project is that by creating a space online to display all the awards given at all these disparate places, badges will become portable. (...)
With a badges system, people will not only have their high school and perhaps college degrees, but also their own individualized portfolio of accomplishments. (...)

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#FairlyShare contre le péché originel d’Internet

#FairlyShare contre le péché originel d’Internet | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

« je suis prêt à faire un travail gratuit pour un bien commun si je trouve que le projet a du sens. Je suis prêt à être rétribué, si le contrat est transparent, sous une autre forme que l’argent, comme la visibilité ou l’influence. Mais, dans tous les cas, si ma contribution génère un profit pour quelqu’un, même de manière indirecte, je veux en recevoir une part équitable ».
Pour répondre favorablement à cette intention légitime du contributeur, les plate-formes devraient ainsi appliquer les règles générales suivantes :

1/ Consommer le minimum de droits intellectuels du contributeur, pour lui laisser la possibilité de les exploiter ailleurs.
2/ Informer le contributeur de ses contreparties et de ses risques, de manière claire et personnalisée, pour assurer la bonne transparence du contrat.
3/ Partager les profits de manière équitable.
4/ Déclarer publiquement la part des profits répartie entre les contributeurs, la finalité et les valeurs du projet.

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Avec Office Graph, Microsoft place Yammer au coeur de sa stratégie collaborative

Avec Office Graph, Microsoft place Yammer au coeur de sa stratégie collaborative | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Microsoft a présenté sa stratégie en matière de collaboration d'entreprise, lors de la SharePoint Conference qui se tient à Las Vegas. Au coeur de cette stratégie, l'éditeur a dévoilé Office Graph, un concept qui propose d'étendre les fonctionnalités des réseaux sociaux d'entreprise (Social Graph, Enterprise Graph) en exploitant des informations récoltées dans l'utilisation de ses outils bureautiques. Pour inférer les relations entre les collaborateurs et les informations, Office Graph profite ainsi de signaux tels que les e-mails, les documents, les sites ou les réunions, de la même manière que son réseau social Yammer puise dans les messages publiés, aimés et partagés.

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Places de marché de prestations intellectuelles – Typologie et Courbe de valeur

Places de marché de prestations intellectuelles – Typologie et Courbe de valeur | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it
Ce post s'inscrit dans le cadre de notre dossier consacré aux plateformes de Crowdsourcing positionnées sur le marché du savoir, cf. Sommaire du dossier
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In the Future We’ll All Be TaskRabbits

In the Future We’ll All Be TaskRabbits | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

The company also brings a level of analytics to the game, because each time a temp carries out a task, they get a new rating to add to their profile. You can imagine scenarios where someone would find this kind of work attractive. For those out of a job, or unable to take on a full-time gig, a few miniature bouts of employment may be great. And there might be benefits for someone looking to make an impression on a number of potential future employers. Johnny Brackett, a TaskRabbit spokesman, argues that the opportunity to constantly improve on a professional reputation is a draw for workers who use the service. “Imagine if after everything you did at work every day you were evaluated about it, and it was posted online,” he says. “These TaskRabbits aren’t just willing to do that, they’re excited to.”

 

 

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Badge System Design Principles, Part 1: RFC

Badge System Design Principles, Part 1: RFC | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

A quick post to direct you to a new paper that I’ve been writing about badge system design principles: Badge System Design Principles, Part 1. It’s a publicly accessible document open for comments. But, a bit of context first: I felt that it was important to develop a paper that focused specifically on principles of badge system design. Once we have established the basic foundational principles—and there are ten to start with—we can focus on best practices and recommendations in later documents.

 

 

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Mozilla Webmaker Badges

Mozilla Webmaker Badges | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Badges are digital records of skills, achievements and participation. Now you can earn Webmaker Badges to recognize the skills that you learn while making awesome webmaking projects, as well as for participating in the Webmaker community and events.

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Open Badges Issuer

Open Badges Issuer | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

An issuer is a badge issuing organization, group or individual who uses the Open Badge Infrastructure to allow earners to push badges from their site into the Mozilla Backpack. Because of the OBI’s open infrastructure, it’s easy to become an issuer: just meet the required badge specifications.

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Why Curation Will Transform Education and Learning: 10 Key Reasons

Why Curation Will Transform Education and Learning: 10 Key Reasons | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it
Content curation will play a major role both in the way we teach and in the way we educate ourselves on any topic. When and where it will be adopted, it will deeply affect many key aspects of the educational ecosystem.

An increasing number of alternatives to academic-based traditional certification systems are emerging.

These non-academic new certification systems have the power to dent into universities dearest asset: the lock between content being taught and the test/assessments that are supposed to certify a student competence on it.

These alternative certification systems are likely to provide alternative means for many individuals to demonstrate and be valued for their skills without a need to attend academic courses, to pay expensive tuition fees, to purchase new textbooks, and to pay for exam/certification costs.

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Mozilla Open Badges: building trust networks, creating value

Mozilla Open Badges: building trust networks, creating value | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

In the last few posts we have discussed ways in which badge systems can be segmented, considered, or categorized within existing social structures. And I have hinted at the sociocultural infrastructure necessary for badges to become useful and effective, social, professional, and personal currencies. This concept of currency stems from the notion of badges as elements of trust networks. They may be trust networks that exist presently but in this post, I suggest that badges may help to engender the creation of dynamic new trust networks.

 

 

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Augmenter notre intelligence émotionnelle

Augmenter notre intelligence émotionnelle | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

Le langage du corps, la variation dans le ton ou la hauteur de voix sont autant d'indices que l'on peut mesurer pour donner une image plus complète de nos interactions sociales. Pentland a ainsi travaillé à des badges sociométriques permettant d'enregistrer les paroles de son porteur, le volume, le ton et l'agressivité... Comme l'explique Taemie Kim, de l'équipe d'Alex Pentland, "certaines personnes ne sont tout simplement pas de bons juges de leurs interactions sociales".

 

 

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Introducing Skills Today we’re launching an...

Introducing Skills Today we’re launching an... | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it
Introducing Skills Today we’re launching an important new feature on DIY. We call it Skills. We’re starting small with our first 8 Skills: Circuit Bender, Fort Builder, Gamer, Gardener, Instrument...

DIY.org is an online community for young makers. Our members are exposed to new skills, inspired by each other to learn them, and given a platform to collect and share what they make.
Skills are creative knowledge that our members learn. Each Skill consists of a set of Challenges that help them learn techniques to get the hang of it. Once a member completes a Challenge, they add the resulting artifact to their Portfolio.

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La gamification : applications pour l'entreprise

La gamification : applications pour l'entreprise | Plate-formes collaboratives | Scoop.it

L'intégration de dispositifs ludiques dans l'offre commerciale d'une marque a vocation à favoriser les interactions entre prospects/clients et les services/produits proposés, en vue de pérenniser la relation marque-client.
Les représentants de la Génération Y sont plus particulièrement ciblés par cette démarche de gamification, compte tenu de leur familiarité avec l'univers des jeux vidéo et des réseaux sociaux.
Dans ce cadre, les mécanismes les plus fréquemment intégrés aux applications (ex : mobiles/web) créées ou utilisées par les marques sont les badges (qui récompensent la fidélité client), ou encore le tableaux des meilleurs scores pour un jeu vidéo (le mécanisme d'engagement étant la compétition).
Parmi les services et outils en ligne incarnant aujourd'hui cet aspect de la gamification : (...)

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