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Navigating  the  Digital  Landscape  :  a  digital  passport  
model	
Presented  by  Leonie  McIlvenny
June,  2015
Digital  Literacies
ICT  General  Capabilities
Badges	
What  is  a  Badge?  	
•  badge  [baj]:  a  special  or  distinctive  mark,  token,  or  device  
worn  as  a  sig...
Badge  your  way  to  ICT  
Competency
Gaming  Badges
Digital  Badges  vs  Open  Badges    
	
•  A  digital  badge  is  an  online  representation  of  a  skill  you’ve  earned...
Open  Badge  Infrastructure	
Mozilla	
.	
• Acknowledge  lifelong  learning	
• Supports  multiple  badge  issuers	
• Intero...
University	
 Job  Training	
Open  Learning	
Degree	
Skill	
DISPLAYER:  Personal  /  
professional    networks  and  
Socia...
Badge Providers
Examples
Three  examples  of  how  
digital  badges  can  be  used
ISSUER	
ISSUE  DATE	
 BADGE  CRITERIA	
EVIDENCE	
BADGE  ICON	
BADGE  DETAILS	
EXAMPLE  OF  THE  METADATA  ATTACHED  TO  A ...
SCOOP.IT
Contact	
	
leoniem@westnet.com.au	
	
hRp://
mydigitalpassport.weebly.com
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
Navigating the Digital Landscape: a Digital Passport Model
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  1. 1. Navigating  the  Digital  Landscape  :  a  digital  passport   model Presented  by  Leonie  McIlvenny June,  2015
  2. 2. Digital  Literacies
  3. 3. ICT  General  Capabilities
  4. 4. Badges What  is  a  Badge?   •  badge  [baj]:  a  special  or  distinctive  mark,  token,  or  device   worn  as  a  sign  of  allegiance,  membership,  authority,   achievement,  etc.  (Source:  Dictionary.com)   •  A  badge  is  a  symbol  or  indicator  of  an  accomplishment,  skill,   quality  or  interest.  From  the  Boy  and  Girl  Scouts,  to  PADI   diving  instruction,  to  the  more  recently  popular  geo-­‐‑location   game,  Foursquare,  badges  have  been  successfully  used  to  set   goals,  motivate  behaviours,  represent  achievements  and   communicate  success  in  many  contexts.  
  5. 5. Badge  your  way  to  ICT   Competency
  6. 6. Gaming  Badges
  7. 7. Digital  Badges  vs  Open  Badges     •  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  aRaches  that   information  to  the  badge  image  file,  hard-­‐‑coding  the  metadata  for  future   access  and  review.   •  Because  the  system  is  based  on  an  open  standard,  earners  can  combine  multiple   badges  from  different  issuers  to  tell  the  complete  story  of  their  achievements  —   both  online  and  off.   •  Badges  can  be  displayed  wherever  earners  want  them  on  the  web,  and  share  them   for  employment,  education  or  lifelong  learning.  
  8. 8. Open  Badge  Infrastructure Mozilla . • Acknowledge  lifelong  learning • Supports  multiple  badge  issuers • Interoperable • Shareable  across  the  web • Open  standard • Portable  badges • Central  repository
  9. 9. University Job  Training Open  Learning Degree Skill DISPLAYER:  Personal  /   professional    networks  and   Social  Media VIEWER:  University Qualifications  (Degree) Lifelong  Learning VIEWER: Employer Resume  /  portfolio  /  certification ISSUER:  Any  association     Organization  or  institution   wanting  to  award  a  badge EARNER:  Individuals  who   earn  the  badges BADGES:  Earned  for  skills,   achievements  from  the   institution  issuing  the   badge DISPLAYER:  web  platform  where   badges  are  displayed  –  can  be  public   or  private Competency
  10. 10. Badge Providers
  11. 11. Examples Three  examples  of  how   digital  badges  can  be  used
  12. 12. ISSUER ISSUE  DATE BADGE  CRITERIA EVIDENCE BADGE  ICON BADGE  DETAILS EXAMPLE  OF  THE  METADATA  ATTACHED  TO  A  DIGITAL  BADGE
  13. 13. SCOOP.IT
  14. 14. Contact leoniem@westnet.com.au hRp:// mydigitalpassport.weebly.com

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