What is badging?
A digital badge is a representation of an accomplishment, such as building a new skill, knowledge competency, attendance, participation, project completion, or a professional credential.
Each badge is made up of an image and evidence/information about the achievement. It also tells you what person or organization recognized the achievement.
Earning digital badges is a way for working professionals to document their professional development accomplishments. Once a digital badge is earned, a person can display their digital badges on web sites, resumes, and portfolios. For more background information on digital badges, please see the Mozilla Frequently Asked Questions document.
How does it work at the Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference?
The Museums & Mobile VI Online Conference will award three digital badges. These badges will be awarded to document accomplishments for:
active participation in the conference
presentation delivery and presentation expertise
LearningTimes, LLC and Pocket-Proof are partnering with Credly to design and award digital badges during this online event.
What badges will be awarded and what are the criteria?
Here is the list of Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference badges that may be earned during the online conference.
To earn this badge, individuals have to attend the Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference.
To earn this badge, individuals have to attend the Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference AND post at least 10 tweets with the hashtag #museumsmobile any time before two weeks after the event. Then let us know by filling out this form: http://sl.learningtimes.com/museumsmobiletwitter
To earn this badge, individuals have to be invited to present and deliver a session at the Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference.
How can I view and track my badges?
Once you have met the criteria for a badge, you will receive an e-mail, at the e-mail address provided during the online conference registration process, letting you know the badge has been awarded to you.
The e-mail, sent from our partner Credly, will provide a link for you to review and accept the badge. You will be prompted to set up a Credly account if you do not already have one. Once logged into your account, you will be able to view the badge, accept it, and display it on social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. (Note: The term “credit” used in Credly communications is the same as “badge.”)
How do I get my participant badge if I am part of a group?
If you are participating in the Museums & Mobile 6 Online Conference as part of a group, and you were not the person who registered for your organization, we just need basic name and email information in order to send your Museums & Mobile VI participant badge. http://sl.learningtimes.com/museumsmobilegroupparticipant
Who can I ask if I have questions about the badges?
Email email@example.com or visit http://support.credly.com for any questions you may have about your badges, technical assistance or help navigating the Credly badge issuing, storing and displaying environment.