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.
Free course launches as part of HP Catalyst Academy, a federated network of mini-courses designed for busy STEMx education professionals. HP Catalyst Academy — offered through a partnership of HP, the NMC and ISTE — is built on BadgeOS and is a Verified Issuer of open badges through Credly.
Built on the BadgeOS platform and integrating Credly, CyberWise Certified is a new online learning program for educators, parents, and any adult who wants to learn to use digital media confidently and safely.
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.
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.
The Center for the Future of Museums is offering recognition to anyone attending the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Annual Meeting in Baltimore who attends any four of the sessions listed in the 2013 edition of CFM’s “Guide to the Future at the Annual Meeting,” and submits an insight, favorite quote or key take-away.