Part of the criteria for the OpenEd Assessment Designer Apprentice Level Badge is to design a badge and for other participants of the course to work towards that badge. I felt that the earlier in the course that I created the criteria for my badge, the easier it would be for others to meet the set criteria to achieve the badge as they worked through the course.
I will be providing my own Bookmarks as an example in the near future, but hopefully the criteria below is clear. I would welcome your comments.
Here is the discription:
Badge Type: ioe12 Sharing Community Badge
Assessment Type: Peer
Badge Issuer: Peer
Badge Level: Novice Level
- Join the Openness in Education ioe12 Community Diigo Group
- Share 25 relevant Bookmarks to this Diigo Group
- Share 25 relevant Links as a blog post
Criteria for the 25 Bookmarks/Links:
- One of these Bookmarks/Links must relate to each of the course topics (12 in total) – [Amendment: (thanks to mathplourde) use appropriate tags or description to assign to specific course topic]
- One Bookmark/Link must be to a blog post of another course participant which they have posted as part of the course
- Two Bookmarks/Links must be to relevant videos
- One Bookmark/Link must be to a relevant peer reviewed article
To follow an Open Practice ethos is to make available your work to the wider community. One element of this is to share your materials to the community, so that others may easily identify useful and relevant materials. In this collective way, a social filtering of materials can occur.