Bryan Mathers and I are creating an Open Badges 101 course and would like others to help us build it!
[If you’re reading this via email or RSS you might want to click through to see what I’m talking about] I came across BadgeWidgetHack.org today. It’s one of those sites that’s necessary now, but won’t be in six months to a year’s time. Why’s that? Well, it does one thing and one thing only, generating […]
As I’ve mentioned, I’m dipping into P2PU’s School of Webcraft. I actually know how to do most of the stuff so far asked of me in the tasks, but I really value four things involved in the process. The social element (you don’t seem to get this at, for example, Codecademy) Filling in gaps in […]
One of the main prompts for my getting started with evangelising Open Badges last year was stumbling across P2PU’s School of Webcraft pilot. It was rough around the edges, but the idea behind it was awesome: peer recognition of skills that can quickly go out of date. I was delighted, therefore, to discover that not […]
Seven weeks ago I proposed a ‘semester of learning’ about Mozilla’s Open Badges. This was originally going to be hosted on an installation of BuddyPress, but eventually resided at P2PU.org in a group called Open Badges and Assessment. It attracted a diverse mix of people, most of whom I’d never encountered before (I love it […]