A couple of weeks ago, prompted by a post I wrote about Open Badges and HR, Alan Levine wrote a post entitled Seeking Evidence of Badge Evidence. He made many good points in it, which led to Nate Otto (Director of the Badge Alliance) to invite Alan, myself, and a couple of others to engage in a panel session during today’s Open Badges community call.
This post is me thinking out loud about Nate’s proposed questions:
1. What type of evidence are people collecting for badges today?
2. What are challenges and barriers to effectively using evidence with badges?
3. What services and capabilities could be solutions to these challenges?
4. Who should hold and control badge evidence? Issuers? Earners?
I’m going to answer these in two sections rather than point by point.
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