A massive open online course (MOOC) at Concordia University Wisconsin entitled “Understanding Cheating in Online Courses” is underway during which students are earning credit on Credly for their progress and achievement.
Archive | May, 2013
Credly, BadgeOS, and related badging projects are featured prominently in a cover story about digital badges in the May 2013 issue of THE Journal. The article, entitled, “Digital Badges: Career/College Readiness,” quoted CEO founder and CEO Jonathan Finkelstein.
The Center for the Future of Museums is offering recognition to anyone attending the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Annual Meeting in Baltimore who attends any four of the sessions listed in the 2013 edition of CFM’s “Guide to the Future at the Annual Meeting,” and submits an insight, favorite quote or key take-away.
The Custom Assertion Location feature allows issuers to redirect accepted badges they issue to their own website. This means that badges shown on a user’s Credly profile or that they share on various social networks will redirect when clicked to the website URL the issuer provides, instead of to Credly.
With the free Facebook app activated in your Facebook account, you can showcase all or select Credit you earn on Facebook in a special area dedicated to your achievements.
Credly announced the availability of the BadgeOS Community Add-on, a free plugin that allows online community members to earn recognition and badges for their participation in BuddyPress-enabled WordPress sites.