T.E.L.L December: Open Badges in Higher Education

December 1, 2015 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

An open badge is a digital symbol that signifies concrete evidence of accomplishments, skills, qualities, or participation in experiences. It can provide a visual record of a learner’s achievement and development combined with the required proof. Furthermore, instructors and instructional designers can use educational badges to influence engagement and learning through the provision of focused goals, tasks, and affirmation of performance. This T.E.L.L. session will explore badge programs at UBC.

Presenter and Session Description

Title: Open Badges in Higher Education
When: 11:00 AM  (PDT),  Tuesday December 1, 2015
Who: Erin Fields, UBC
Where: Online, ETUG Room in BB Collaborate

For more information visit the ETUG website.

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