Know anyone interested in a free online course about Web 2.0 stuff?
I'm involved in an upcoming one called "Rudai23", which is based on the "23 Things" format. You can find out more abiut it here: https://rudai23.blogspot.ie/2017/07/rudai-23-new-online-course-for.html
This will be the second time we're running the course, and this time around, #openbadges are being used for certification!
I'm not an expert in open badges, but dealing with Open Educational Resources (#OER), Open Educational Practice (#OEP) and the question how to make #openness the default in teaching and learning - focus on Germany.
Providing some clarity on Open Badges 2.0
I'm working on a doctorate at the moment, which involves thinking about how digital open badges might be useful for my students. As part of my data gathering, I wanted a consistent way to introduce open badges to each interviewee, so I searched for a short video to use. I couldn't find one short enough that didn't have branding, so I made my own. You can have a look at it here:
Badge Wiki: technical scope
Taking the important first steps towards a knowledge repository for #openbadges
Badge Wiki: creating a knowledge base for Open Badges