BadgeOS, an open source framework for recognizing achievement, rewarding community engagement, and issuing digital badges, has been installed on thousands of sites, representing a full spectrum of life learning and activity.
Archive | June, 2013
Free course launches as part of HP Catalyst Academy, a federated network of mini-courses designed for busy STEMx education professionals. HP Catalyst Academy — offered through a partnership of HP, the NMC and ISTE — is built on BadgeOS and is a Verified Issuer of open badges through Credly.
While there’s much speculation around what our world will look like when a complete ecosystem for issuing, accepting, and benefitting from digital badges is fully realized, the very world we imagine is already materializing right before our eyes.
BadgeOS v1.1 is now available. The latest release permits even greater flexibility in integrating BadgeOS functions and achievements into your WordPress site, including a new approach to the review and tracking of member submissions.
Credly and the Open Credit API will power the issuing of digital credentials and badges to participants of massive open online courses (MOOC’s) offered by DeakinConnect, including a new course on disaster and emergency response. DeakinConnect is an innovative offering of Deakin University, one of Australia’s most respected universities.
Author and digital learning consultant Dr. Wes Fryer has released MacBook Maestro, a free, Credly-enabled and BadgeOS-powered website that helps individuals learn the features of Mac OS 10.8 Mountain Lion.
There are times when you want to recognize many people or organizations at once for their achievement. Credly offers multiple ways to make this easy, including the ability for any user to issue badges and credit using a CSV file.