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19 06, 2013

BadgeOS v1.1 Released

2013-06-20T03:09:15-04:00 0 Comments

BadgeOS v1.1 is now available. The latest release permits even greater flexibility in integrating BadgeOS functions and achievements into your WordPress site, including a new approach to the review and tracking of member submissions.

18 05, 2013

BadgeOS and Credly Featured in THE Journal

2013-05-25T17:09:51-04:00 0 Comments

BadgeOS, Credly and related badging projects are featured prominently in a cover story about digital badges in the May 2013 issue of THE Journal. The article, entitled, "Digital Badges: Career/College Readiness," quoted BadgeOS Project Director Jonathan Finkelstein.

25 04, 2013

Video – Rewarding Museum Participation and Learning: New Approaches

2013-08-01T03:42:43-04:00 0 Comments

The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access hosted an event for the museum community entitled, “Rewarding Museum Participation and Learning: New Approaches." The program featured a talk by: Maxwell L. Anderson, the Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum of Art; Jonathan Finkelstein, director of the BadgeOS Project; and educators from three Smithsonian museums conducting badge-based initiatives.

3 04, 2013

BadgeOS Powers AASLH Project Management Online Workshop

2013-04-06T23:40:22-04:00 0 Comments

American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) offers a program called Project Management for History Professionals, which is a series of workshops providing formal project management training to history professionals. The program utilizes a BadgeOS-powered WordPress site as the home for of the online learning activities and discussions. 

30 03, 2013

BadgeOS Helps Transform Visitor Participation at Dallas Museum of Art

2013-04-06T16:19:40-04:00 0 Comments

A comprehensive paper about the new DMA Friends program at the Dallas Museum of Art. "At the heart of DMA Friends is a relationship management system that is a modified version of BadgeOS ... This system is the primary source of interaction for all systems and is the engine driving feedback for visitor engagement. Visitors are registered, engagement recognized, credit earned, and rewards redeemed through this system."