Announcing the release of BadgeOS v1.4, the latest edition of the free, powerful achievement and engagement management system. Newest version includes dozens of new features and updates, making it easier than ever to engage and reward your audience.
We’re excited to announce the availability of BadgeOS version 1.4.0 Beta. At the centerpiece of this latest release is the new BadgeOS Shortcode Embedder, which allows you to easily add BadgeOS components to any page or post using a simple configuration panel. Download the 1.4 Beta today!
A new article in Campus Technology describes how Coastal Carolina University will be “rolling out a unique curricular initiative throughout its English Department that administers digital badges to students who demonstrate mastery in the critical skills outlined in first-year writing courses.” The program is built with BadgeOS and Credly.
EdSurge features an article by educator Laura Fleming who details her efforts to create and then share a badge system for professional learning using Credly and BadgeOS.
The digital badge initiatives of the American Alliance of Museums, a Credly partner and verified issuer, are featured in the cover story of ASAE’s Associations Now. Spotlighted as well is the innovative work of EDUCAUSE, which also works with Credly to make association member achievements visible.
“The Potential and Value of Using Digital Badges for Adult Learners” examines the nature, value, and potential impact of digital badges, an emerging electronic form of recognition of an individual’s knowledge and skills.
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.