Open badges are verifiable, shareable, portable digital badges with embedded metadata about achievements. BadgeOS Open Badge add-on allows you to directly issue Open Badges from your WordPress site. BadgeOS lets your site’s users to complete pre-defined tasks and earn badges that recognize their achievement. The add-on works with the BadgeOS plugin exposing achievements earned as Open Badges. The add-on integrates with the Mozilla Issuer API.
- Admin can allow/disallow individual badges to be baked as per the OB standards
- Admin can allow/disallow evidence when allowing open badges
- Admin can set Assertion, Issuer, Badge, Evidence, and Embed pages
- Option to send emails on earning Open Badges
- Option to edit/update email content and header
- Option to convert existing badges into open badge standards
- Option to set the expiration time to the open standard badges
- Option to share badges to social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin)
- Option to share open badges to another website through an embed link
- Option to download the baked badges
- Option to display social sharing popup on badge award
- Option to display social sharing option with BadgeOS earned achievement shortcode
- option to display badges to social media from front-end
Credible Open Badges:
You can define how your badge is earned and bake criteria into your badge. You can set Open Badge expiry as well.
Open Badge Verification:
Once the user earned a badge after completing a task. Anyone can verify that badge at IMS Global Open Badges 2.0 Validator or at Open Badges 2.0 Validator.
You can send a congratulation email to the achiever, once he/she earned any achievement. You can use powerful shortcodes to add users open badge information.