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Open Badges. Presentation at CENT, UJI, 2012-05-04.

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<ul><li>1.Open Badges Carles Bellver 2012</li></ul> <p>2. www.openbadges.org Mozilla Foundation 3. $1 million grantMacArthur Foundation 4. Accreditation/credentialing system 5. Accreditation/credentialing system- open{ - alternative- micro 6. If were successful, thebenefits to learners willbe tremendous. blog.mozilla.org 7. There is a real chance tocreate learning thatworks more like the web. blog.mozilla.org 8. Badges? 9. badge |baj|nouna distinctive emblem worn as a mark ofoffice, membership, achievement, licensedemployment, etc.: name badges | a GirlScout badge. The New Oxford American Dictionary 10. http://www.ickr.com/photos/benthomasphoto/1592354369Insignias 11. http://www.ickr.com/photos/35703177@N00/2987260527/ Medals 12. http://www.ickr.com/photos/eezpictures/3299183468/Accomplishment 13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lincoln_button_1860.jpg Campaigns 14. http://www.ickr.com/photos/tamiment/2784387585/Support 15. pepe@uji.esAfliation 16. Web badges 17. FoursquareMore web badges 18. Google Newshttp://youtu.be/QP5szEn2dxsAnd more 19. People like badges. 20. OB Background Learners are learning everywhere But most of that learning doesntcount. Skills assessment and communicationis limited in current system. Few alternatives to the currentaccreditation/credentialing system. 21. OB Goals Develop badges as an alternative(micro-)accreditation/(micro-)credentialingsystem. Avoid silos. Support badges from multipleissuers across the web. Optimize value: make badges remixable andshareable with different audiences/sites. Develop an open and decentralizedsupporting infrastructure to give learnerscontrol of the entire ecosystem. 22. Open BadgeInfrastructure 23. wiki.mozilla.org/File:Badge-diagram-2.2.jpg 24. wiki.mozilla.org/File:Badge-diagram-2.2.jpg 25. wiki.mozilla.org/File:Badge-diagram-2.2.jpg 26. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERS BADGEEDUCATIONAPI APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 27. Issuers Organization, consortium or individualwho issues badges into the OBI. Issuer issues a badge on their site, thenprompts the Badge Earner to push thebadge into their Backpack. Issuer badge systems are independentof the Infrastructure. 28. []ORG ASSESSMENTMEACCREDITATIONCREDENTIALS } OBI 29. []anybodyORG ASSESSMENTanythingMEACCREDITATIONCREDENTIALS }OBI 30. Badges are notassessments. David Wiley 31. Badge Earner A person storing their badges withinthe OBI. The Earner has interactions withIssuers to earn badges, then canmanage and share the badges in theirBackpack out to various Display sites. Learners are a type of Badge Earners. 32. Badge Backpack An authorized data storage plus amanagement interface (control, share)for Earners. Open source and federated anyonecan take the code and fork it. Mozilla is building a reference or defaultBackpack. 33. Badge A single credential demonstrating askill, achievement, quality or afliation. More than a static image or button: itsvalue comes from the information ormetadata attached to it. 34. Badge inside A JSON blob of metadata embedded ina PNG le (Badge Baking). Easily portable, an actual thing that can be emailed around carrying all the information with it. Important for decentralization, so that Earners have more control. 35. Badge metadata Who issued the badge. The issue date. How the badge was earned. Hyperlinks back to artifacts,documents, or testimonialsdemonstrating the work that lead toearning the badge. Authentication back to the issuer. 36. Verication Did the Issuer issue this badge?,Is it still valid or has it expired?, etc. Verication happens between theDisplayer and the Issuer. Hosted Assertions: metadata points toa URL that the Displayers can ping. In the future OBI will support SignedAssertions. 37. Displayers Display of badges is where a signicantpart of the value lies: badges are notsiloed or stuck within one site. Earner controls through the Backpackwhere badges are displayed. Earners can also make badges publicand discoverable through the Earnersemail address. 38. Identity Identity is a critical part of the OBI. Identity needs to be open anddecentralized. How? Persona, fka BrowserID.browserid.org wiki.mozilla.org/Identity People understand email address They dont understand OpenID 39. Conclusions (1) Anyone can issue accreditations aboutanything. People can keep their own backpacksfull of credentials. Access &amp; display control. Attached to detailed accreditation info and evidence. Linked back to issuers. 40. Compared with the new openbadge systems, the standardcollege transcript looks like asad and archaic thing. The Chronicle of Higher Education 41. Conclusions (2) OBI as an open infrastructure forpresentation portfolios. OBI separates the credentialing andteaching functions of higher education. What about assessment? 42. no one is paying sufficientattention to the gap betweenlearning anything anywhere (OER)and receiving a recognition (OBI) this gap is called assessment. David Wiley 43. many in the field are overlookingthe place where badges make themost sense of all the formalhigher education institution. David Wiley 44. Moodle &amp; Mahara Totara Learning Solutions will bedeveloping an Open Badges solutionfor Moodle and Mahara. Moodle as Issuer. Mahara as Displayer. 45. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERS BADGEEDUCATIONAPI APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 46. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERS BADGEEDUCATIONAPI APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 47. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERSmoodleEDUCATIONAPI BADGE APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 48. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERSmoodleEDUCATIONAPI BADGE APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 49. OBI ecosystemAUTHENTICATION / CLAIM MAKING ISSUERS DISPLAYERSmoodleEDUCATIONAPI BADGE APIBLOGPROVIDERS BACKPACK METADATA METADATAFACEBOOKORGANIZATIONS BADGES BADGES BADGESEPORTFOLIOWEBSITESmaharaIndependent and agnostic. Outside of Open Badge Infrastructure Users consents to accept badges into backpack &amp; send to website for displaySource: wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Onboarding-Issuer 50. Details Integration with Moodles Activity and Course completionfunctionality. Certicate module will dispense Open Badge PNGinstead of PDF les. Badges will be stored in Moodle and can also bedownloadable by users once they have earned them. A web service will provide badge authenticity verication. New blocks for Moodle and Mahara will display badgeson users proles pages. Use of Moodle Portfolio API to push badgesautomatically to Mahara. 51. OBI Tech Overview Issuer API Displayer API Verication API Endorsement API Metadata Specication Reference Implementation 52. OBI 2012 RoadmapQ1 OBI Beta Q2 WebsiteQ3 Research and Planning for 1.0Q4 OBI 1.0 53. More infowww.openbadges.orgwiki.mozilla.org/BadgesOpen Badges and Moodlemoodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=197834Openness and the Future of Assessmenthttp://opencontent.org/blog/archives/237 54. Carles Bellver bellverc@uji.eshttp://cent.uji.es </p>