Transcending conventional credentialing and assessment paradigms with information-rich digital badges

@article{Casilli2016TranscendingCC,
  title={Transcending conventional credentialing and assessment paradigms with information-rich digital badges},
  author={Carla Casilli and Daniel T. Hickey},
  journal={Inf. Soc.},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={117-129}
}
Open digital badges are Web-enabled tokens of learning and accomplishment. They operate in an environment of explicit rather than tacit trust; open badges provide issuers the ability to include specific claims and associate those claims with detailed supporting evidence. Earners are encouraged to share their badges over social networks, e-mail, and websites, and the information they contain is expected to circulate readily in these spaces. Building upon current concepts and theories from the… CONTINUE READING
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