Digital Badging Websites with WordPress, BadgeOS & Credly

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Workshop description: Digital badges can provide a way for students, teachers, or anyone else to show evidence of their learning in a workshop, course, or other context. In this intermediate/advanced session, we'll explore how to use the free/open source web platform WordPress, the free WordPress plugin BadgeOS, and the website Credly to create a Mozilla Open Badges-compliant website. We'll explore how to create a site which grants badges immediately following user completion of specified steps, without moderation. MacBook Maestro (http://macbookmaestro.com) is an example site supporting this use of Digital Badges. We'll also explore how the free iOS app and website Credly.com can be used to collect and share earned digital badges.

Referenced Resources

  1. MacBookMaestro.com
  2. WordPress (free, but you must provide your own hosting)
  3. BadgeOS for WordPress (free plug-in)
  4. Credly.com
  5. Credly for iOS (free)
Creative Commons License
These materials by Wesley A. Fryer are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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