Open Badges: Main website for Mozilla’s Open Badges framework. From the website:
“A digital badge is an online representation of a skill you’ve earned.Open Badges take that concept one step further, and allows you to verify your skills, interests and achievements through credible organizations. And because the system is based on an open standard, you can combine multiple badges from different issuers to tell the complete story of your achievements — both online and off. Display your badges wherever you want them on the web, and share them for employment, education or lifelong learning.”
Moodle Badges: Documentation about Moodle’s implementation of the Open Badge framework.
Moodle: Shortcut to OpenBadges: A walkthrough of how to do OpenBadges via Moodle.
WP Badger: WordPress plugin for issuing badges.
WP Badge Display: WordPress plugin for displaying badges.
Merit Pages: Commercial site that issues Lafayette badges.
VALUE Rubrics: From their website: “… AAC&U will work in partnership with the State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) organization and the Multistate Collaborative to Advance Learning Outcomes Assessment partnership and an additional set of independent colleges and universities to lay a foundation for using VALUE rubrics to assess student authentic work, create protocols and parameters for a scale-able VALUE assessment and processes for reporting the results of using the VALUE rubrics.
Badges OS: From their website: “BadgeOS™ is plugin to WordPress that allows your site’s users to complete tasks, demonstrate achievement, and earn badges. You define the Achievement types, organize your requirements any way you like, and choose from a range of options to determine whether each task or requirement has been achieved.”
Mozilla Badges Infrastructure Technical Documentation
Mozilla Badges Image Standards
Open Badges Designer
Awarding Badges in Moodle
Penn State To Create PD Badge System for Educators
BlendKit Course: Badges
Case Study: Dig/IT and The NYC Department Of Education
EDUCAUSE Badging Program
Learning Tools Interoperability
Badges? Do We Need Badges?
Sources from Martin LaGrow’s “Badges? Do We Need Badges?” presentation at CLAMP MUG 2014 (http://mug.lafayette.edu)
- “Badging from Within”
- “How Badges Really Work in Higher Education”
- “How to Earn Your Skeptic Badge”
- “Rethinking Digital Badges”
- “Seven Things You Should Know About Badges”