How might we warrant evidence of learning outcomes using open badges?
Here are some ideas from Deakin University Australia.
At Deakin University, we are trying a Me in a Minute, a low cost solution to enabling students to showcase their achievement of capabilities and make their one minute pitch to prospective employers. We are employing students to help their peers produce and keep a one minute video which they share on sites such as LinkedIn. Visit the site, see more
Dan Hickey, Indiana University; Nan L Travers, Empire State College; David Gibson, Curtin University; Michael Evans, Dartmouth; Joanna Normoyle, UC Davis; Janet Strivens, Centre for Recording Achievement; Allyn Radford, DeakinDigital.
National Forum: Curate, Credential and Carry Forward Digital Learning Evidence
Deakin University Burwood Campus Building BC, Level 2
Attendance is also made possible by state partners at Curtin University, University of South Australia, Queensland University of Technology and University of Wollongong,
13th November 2014, 9.30am to 4.00pm
What’s the challenge? Higher education providers credential learning based on signals and codes such as marks, grades and credit. How might technologies enable additional methods, so that:
Who’s in the project? Deakin University; Curtin University; International educator networks: Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC, US); Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL, US) and the Centre for Recording Achievement (CRA, UK; Commercial and government agencies: Telstra, Cisco, Mozilla, Education Services Australia.
Assuring Graduate Capabilities: The potential of portfolios
In the digital economy, how do we assess and accredit evidence of learning for graduate success?
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