The new “Leaderboards” Add-On lets you create, configure and add leaderboards to your BadgeOS site. Engage users, encourage progress and foster some healthy competition in your community.
Announcing version 1.3 of BadgeOS, the powerful, free achievement and engagement management system. Central to the latest release is the seamless integration of the popular Credly Badge Builder, putting the design of beautiful badge images at your fingertips from inside WordPress.
Inside Higher Ed article prominently features Credly and BadgeOS: “A do-it-yourself digital badge program is easily within reach for your institution, department or individual course.”
An innovative and impressive MOOC from Concordia University Wisconsin that explores what learning could look like “beyond letter grades”. The MOOC itself goes beyond letter grades; it uses BadgeOS and Credly to help recognize achievement among students.
Credly, the leading platform for managing digital badges and credentials, announced its system will be used by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York to issue its first digital badges.
BadgeOS 1.2 is now available, along with nine extensions released as part of a new Extension Library, which allow the badge earning experience to be customized to any context. Among the extensions are two that connect BadgeOS to leading open source learning management systems.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) today announced a grant to expand the success of the DMA Friends program — a BadgeOS-based platform for fostering and rewarding engaged participation — to other museums across the United States. The grant was awarded through the highly competitive “National Leadership Grants for Museums” program.
The BadgeOS team is pleased to announce the official release of a complete suite of Developer Documentation, APIs and Resources for the open source BadgeOS achievement and engagement management system.
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BadgeOS, an open source framework for recognizing achievement, rewarding community engagement, and issuing digital badges, has been installed on thousands of sites, representing a full spectrum of life learning and activity.