Open Badges workshops (#epforall)
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DESCRIPTIONSlides to accompany three workshops on Open Badges at the ePIC 2013, the 11th ePortfolio and Identity Conference.
- 1.S1.1B: Create your Open Badge S1.2B: Design your Open Badge System S1.3B: Create your Open Badge Infrastructure
2. Who are you? Dr. Doug Belshaw Badges & Skills Lead Mozilla Foundation @dajbelshaw firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Outline of S1.1B The objective of this session is to respond to the questions: what is an Open Badge made of? what do I need to create an Open Badge? During this session you will have the opportunity to create your own badge as a Delegate or Presenter at ePIC 2013. Many different options will be explored using a variety of resources. 4. Structure of Session Doug talking You talking 5. http://www.digitalme.co.uk/badgecanvas/ 6. Who?What? When? Where?Why? How? 7. Mozilla! (global non-profit) 8. Some of the organisations involved in the ecosystem 9. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Badges/Issuers 10. http://workforce.io/ 11. http://www.kenteq.nl/smartsite.net?id=KT_HOME_EN 12. http://sweetwaterfoundation.com 13. http://dmlcompetition.net/Competition/4/badges- projects.php?id=2246 14. http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/ national/dln/special/DigitalBadges.html 15. http://www.proexam.org/index.php/technology/ digital-micro-credentials 16. http://www.digitalme.co.uk/student-digital-leaders- badgeathon/ 17. http://www.itap.purdue.edu/studio/passport/ 18. Who? What? When?Where? Why? How? 19. Open Badges are images with metadata hard-coded into them 20. CC BY-SA Kyle Bowen 21. Visual representations of achievements, learning, skills, interests, competencies 22. They can accommodate formal & informal learning pathways 23. Mozilla has built (and will maintain) the plumbing 24. They can represent hard & soft skills, peer assessment, and stackable lifelong learning 25. Open Badges can capture learning wherever & however it occursallowing for innovation 26. Open Badges? (What about degrees, certificates, diplomas?) 27. Not simply either/or both/and! 28. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? 29. Silo 1 Silo 2 Silo 3 GCSEs, eBacc, etc. Onlineachievements After school club certificates 30. Silo 1 Silo 2 Silo 3 What skills/ attributes are missing here? (how can we best present them in a holistic way?) GCSEs, eBacc, etc. Onlineachievements After school club certificates 31. Open Badges Infrastructure (OBI) 32. I love badges for motivating me in my learning! We use metadata- infused credentials aligned with the OBI Im using micro- accreditation to make achievements more granular 33. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? 34. http://openbadges.org 35. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? 36. 3 main ways to issue badges... 37. Roll your own solution (using onboarding documentation) Use plugin for an existing system (plugins available for most major platforms/systems) Third-party issuing platform (URLs in metadata point to their servers) 3 main ways to issue badges: 38. Use plugin for an existing system (plugins available for most major platforms/systems) 39. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? 40. NOW!(we launched v1.0 in March) NOW!NOW! 41. Size of Open Badges ecosystem ( )Data correct as of 4 July 2013 800+ issuers - such as NASA, Purdue University, Disney, etc. 42. Coming soon... 43. Federation of badge backpacks Image CC BY IsaacMao Coming soon... 44. Endorsement (3rd-party signing of badges) Federation of badge backpacks Images CC BY IsaacMao & SeattleClouds.com Coming soon... 45. COPPA compliance 46. SOME IDEAS to get you started Play! Experiment! Earn your first badge at openbadges.org to see how they work. Think up some criteria and issue a badge to someone using badg.us Join the Open Badges community. Ask questions! Launch a pilot. What behaviours/skills/ understanding are you trying to promote? 47. Conclusion Open Badges = metadata-infused credentials Were now at v1.0 of the OBI Lots of organisations are already using badges Were going to get started right now! 48. Site URLs Design your badge: http://openbadges.me Issue your badge: http://badg.us 49. Outline of S1.2B The objective of this session is to respond to the question: who are the people, resources and processes I need to make Open Badges work in an organisation? During this session we will start by eliciting the particular needs of your institution then work together at establishing the main elements of your Open Badges deployment: evidence, criteria, audience (earner, issuer), backpack, etc. 50. Badge System Design 51. Badge System Design Design a badge for your context: Who is your badge for? What skills and knowledge does the badge represent? What behaviours does the badge encourage? What do you need to do to earn the badge? (criteria) What artefact(s) will show that the criteria has been met? (evidence) Why bother earning the badge? What opportunities does it unlock? (value proposition) 52. Badge Pathways https://carlacasilli.wordpress.com 53. Badge System Design Design a badge system: What other badges exist in your ecosystem? Are there different levels of badges? Meta-level badges? What resources are required for your badge system to work? Who supports and recognises your badge(s)? (endorsers) 54. Outline of S1.3B The objective of this session is to respond to the question: how can I make my Open Badge System visible and exploitable beyond the boundaries of my organisation? During this session we explore the current options and challenges we need to take into account to establish a seamless Open Badges Infrastructure. 55. Going Beyond Your Org 56. Going Beyond Your Org Some questions: How will people find your badge? (e.g. tags) Do you need endorsers? Why? Who? Would your badges be interoperable / a bridge between your system and another system? Could your badge system accommodate someone coming in with badges from elsewhere similar to yours? How?