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Open Badges are a form of personal social currency that build and communicate reputation and identity
They act as representations of achievements, learning, skills, interests, competencies, etc.
Stackable lifelong credentials that convey experience to key stakeholders like potential employers
They map learning pathways connecting formal & informal learning
Through a shared infrastructure: a universal standard
Badge metadata spec + Issuer API
badge name badge URL (description) badge criteria badge image issuer issue date recipient alignment (standards) expiration date evidence URL
THE BADGE ALLIANCE launching publicly in June
A network of organizations and individuals building and enhancing an open badges ecosystem
Framed on a constellation model of working groups
open badges standard endorsement workforce k12 higher ed messaging globalization policy digital / web literacy research cities teacher badges
Fostering an ecosystem where learning is connected across contexts, subjects, and lifetimes
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