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Open Bades Action Lab

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Action Lab "Scaling up Open Badges for Open Education" at the Open Education Global Conference 2017, Cape Town, South Africa

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Open Bades Action Lab

  1. 1. Ilona Buchem, Professor for Media & Communication Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany Project coordinator “Open Badge Network” / Europe Erasmus+ Open Education Global Conference 2017, Cape Town, SA / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Scaling up Open Badges for Open Education Action Lab
  2. 2. 12 500 students, 290 professors 8 departments, 70 BA and MA programs Online programs, Digital strategy Ilona Buchem Professor for Media & Communication Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  3. 3. Action Lab: 1. Introduction: Open Badges & OE (Time: 30 Minutes) 2. Discussion: Potentials & Challenges (Time: 30 Minutes) 3. Activity: Scaling-up Open Badges (Time: 60 Minutes) http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 1 2 3
  4. 4. Objectives & Results: • Objectives: Recommendations for scaling-up Open Badges for Open Education around three key dimensions: context, content, community. • Results: List / map of actions and recommendations for scaling up Open Badges for Open Education. • Open Access: The list will be published on the Open Badge Network portal & shared on Social Media. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  5. 5. What is OBN: Open Badge Network? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  6. 6. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.badgetheworld.org/
  7. 7. Intellectual Outputs Key activities O1 Open Badge Europe Framework and Leadership Charter & Partners O2 European Open Badge Infrastructure Use cases & repository O3 Open Badges for Individuals and Organisations Discussion Paper & Guidelines O4 Open Badges in Territories Inventory & Guidelines O5 Establishing Open Badges at Policy Levels Discussion Paper O6 European Open Badge Network OBN MOOC O7 Research, Evaluation and Project Quality Assurance Badges and Quality http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ OBN Activities Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  8. 8. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ OBN MOOC Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  9. 9. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ OBN MOOC Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  10. 10. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ OBN MOOC Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  11. 11. Introduction What are Open Badges? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 1
  12. 12. Open web standard which can be used to capture and communicate skills http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  13. 13. Open Licence Open AccessOpen Source Open Content 1998 2001 Open Courseware Open Resources 2002 Open Data 2008 MOOCs 2011 Open Coding Open Badges http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Open Badges as Open Movement
  14. 14. Weinberger (2003) Small Pieces Loosely Joined. The unified theory of the Web. Foto: http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/ EUROPEAN COMMISSION OPEN BADGES WEBINAR | ILONA BUCHEM | 06-02-2017 | CC BY-SA “The Web has blown documents apart.”
  15. 15. OPEN CLOSED “After all, traditional college diplomas look elegant when hung on the wall, but they contain very little detail about what the recipient learned.” (Young, 2012) http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  16. 16. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Badges for Open Education Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  17. 17. How do Open Badges work? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  18. 18. “90% of the badge system is not visual” Klein, J. (2013) Open Badges Metadata http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  19. 19. Open Badges Infrastructure http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  20. 20. What types of Open Badges are out there? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  21. 21. Domain knowledge & skills – Buzzmath middle school math skills – Digital & enterprise skills – The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award – Conference activities – EDEN Conference Open Badges – Science & research skills – Competency X Experimenting Badges – Career planing skills – Open University UK – Journalist & reporter skills – DigitalMe Supporter 2 Reporter Medals – Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Diversity of Open Badges
  22. 22. CONTENT What does the badge represent? PROCESS How was the badge achieved? ISSUER Who issued the badge? 1.1 Achievement badges (demonstration of achievements) 1.2 Competence badges (demonstration of knowledge, skills, competence). 1.3 Potential badges (indicators of future performance) 1.4 Participation badges (evidence of participation, e.g. events) 1.5 Membership badges (represents membership, e.g. club) 1.6 Commitment badges (attitudes, values, beliefs) 1.7 Encouragement badges (good work stamps) 2.1 Activity badges (based on a single learning activity) 2.2 Mission badges (based on a series of activities) 2.3 Assignment badges (based on a single assignment) 2.4 Composite badges (based on multiple assignments) 2.5 Progress badges (based on the progress on a task) 2.6 Grade badges (based on formal grades) 2.7 Level badges (based on several levels) 3.1 Organisational badges (issued by university, employer) 3.2 Team badges (issued by teams, groups) 3.3 Expert badges (issued by an expert) 3.4 Social badges (issued by peers, communities) 3.5 Endorser badge (endorsed by a third party) Link to taxonomy: https://ibuchem.wordpress.com/2015/02/28/digital-badges-open-badges-taxonomy/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Taxonomy of Open Badges http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  23. 23. How are Open Badges used for Open Learning? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  24. 24. Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Open Badges in MOOCs http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  25. 25. Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ http://www.open.edu/openlearn/get-started/badges-come-openlearn
  26. 26. Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  27. 27. Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/middleware/services/badges/
  28. 28. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ http://www.digitalme.co.uk/s2r-medals Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Supporter2Reporter project
  29. 29. A set of badges at 3 levels. An example:Different single badges. 3 examples: Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Open Badges @BeuthUni http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  30. 30. https://www.openbadgeacademy.com/badge/926 To earn this badge you have to write a self-report Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 OB for migrant academics http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  31. 31. To earn this badge you have to write a self-report Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 OB for migrant academics http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ https://www.openbadgeacademy.com/badge/926
  32. 32. Evidence #1 Test results from the university Evidence #2 Testimonials from clients/colleagues Evidence #3 Interview results from a coach Evidence #4 Self-report / ePortfolio Evidence #5 Activities in social media Evidence #6 Endorsement from employer 21st century skills Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Opening Assessment http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/
  33. 33. How to earn Open Badges? Example: Digital Skills http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Go to: http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/self-assessed-badges-for-digital-competences or use short link: goo.gl/4gisl6 Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  34. 34. Information processing http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ • Basic user, I can look for information online using a search engine. I know not all online information is reliable. I can save or store files or content (e.g. text, pictures, music, videos, web pages) and retrieve them once saved or stored. Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/earnablebadge/ O4YA5NaEXZaK/apply • Independent user, I can use different search engines to find information. I use some filters when searching (e.g. searching only images, videos, maps). I compare different sources to assess the reliability of the information I find. I classify the information in a methodical way using files and folders to locate these easier. I do backups of information or files I have stored. Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/earnablebadge/O4YGG2aEXZa1S/apply • Proficient user, I can use advanced search strategies (e.g. using search operators) to find reliable information on the internet. I can use web feeds (like RSS) to be updated with content I am interested in. I can assess the validity and credibility of information using a range of criteria. I am aware of new advances in information search, storage and retrieval. Ι can save information found on the internet in different formats. I can use cloud information storage services. Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/ earnablebadge/O4YGOZaEXZa1T/apply Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0
  35. 35. Content creation http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ • Basic user, I can produce simple digital content (e.g. text, tables, images, audio files) in at least one format using digital tools. I can make basic editing to content produced by others. I know that content can be covered by copyright. I can apply and modify simple functions and settings of software and applications that I use (e.g. change default settings). Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/ earnablebadge/O5BDJSa3U5a1L/apply • Independent user, I can produce complex digital content in different formats (e.g. text, tables, images, audio files). I can use tools/editors for creating web page or blog using templates (e.g. WordPress). I can apply basic formatting (e.g. insert footnotes, charts, tables) to the content I or others have produced. I know how to reference and reuse content covered by copyright. I know the basics of one programming language. Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/ earnablebadge/O5BDNRa3U5a1M/apply • Proficient user, I can produce or modify complex, multimedia content in different formats, using a variety of digital platforms, tools and environments. I can create a website using a programming language. I can use advanced formatting functions of different tools (e.g. mail merge, merging documents of different formats, using advanced formulas, macros). I know how to apply licences and copyrights. I can use several programming languages. I know how to design, create and modify databases with a computer tool. Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/ earnablebadge/O5BDPTa3U5a1N/apply
  36. 36. Communication http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ • Basic user, I can communicate with others using mobile phone, Voice over IP (e.g. Skype) e-mail or chat – using basic features (e.g. voice messaging, SMS, send and receive e-mails, text exchange). I can share files and content using simple tools. I know I can use digital technologies to interact with services (as governments, banks, hospitals). I am aware of social networking sites and online collaboration tools. I am aware that when using digital tools, certain communication rules apply (e.g. when commenting, sharing personal information). Apply here: https:// openbadgefactory.com/c/earnablebadge/O5BD5Fa3U5a1I/apply • Independent user, I can use advanced features of several communication tools (e.g. using Voice over IP and sharing files). I can use collaboration tools and contribute to e.g. shared documents/files someone else has created. I can use some features of online services (e.g. public services, e-banking, online shopping). I pass on or share knowledge with others online (e.g. through social networking tools or in online communities). I am aware of and use the rules of online communication (“netiquette”). Apply here: https://openbadgefactory.com/c/earnablebadge/ O5BDD6a3U5a1J/apply • Proficient user, I actively use a wide range of communication tools (e-mail, chat, SMS, instant messaging, blogs, micro-blogs, social networks) for online communication. I can create and manage content with collaboration tools (e.g. electronic calendars, project management systems, online proofing, online spreadsheets). I actively participate in online spaces and use several online services (e.g. public services, e- banking, online shopping). I can use advanced features of communication tools (e.g. video conferencing, data sharing, application sharing). Apply here: https:// openbadgefactory.com/c/earnablebadge/O5BDI0a3U5a1K/apply
  37. 37. Discussion: Key potentials and challenges of Open Badges in Open Education (in my context)? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 2
  38. 38. Activity: How to scale-up Open Badges to recognise Open Learning and promote Open Education? http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 3
  39. 39. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Sharing & recording ideas • Using affinity diagramming as methodology • Dimensions: context, content, community
  40. 40. http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/ Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 Affinity diagramming in 3 steps: Share & organise your ideas in a team in 3 steps: 1. Write each idea for scaling-up OB on cards (alone) 2. Look for ideas that seem to be related (in team) 3. Sort cards into groups and subgroups (in team) Once the cards have been sorted, present your affinity diagram to other teams!
  41. 41. “ Thank you! @mediendidaktik @OpenBadgeNet #OpenBadges Open Education Global Conference 2017 / Open Badge Network / 08-03-2017 / CC BY-SA 3.0 http://www.openbadgenetwork.com/

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