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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 27/Oct/2017
8:30am Welcome and registration
9:30am PR31: Presentation of projects
Location: Main Room
 

Preparing Career Aware Graduates by applying an ISA Model and Integrative Career Development Learning in Science Courses at UNSW Sydney

Jia-LIn Yang1, Patsie Polly2, Thomas Fath2, Nicole Jones2, John Power2

1: Prince of Wales Clinical School, UNSW Sydney; 2: School of Medical Sciences, UUNSW Sydney


OpenAgri: New Skills for new Jobs in Peri-urban Agriculture: Using Open Badges for Urban Innovation

Chiara Carlino1, Rossana Torri2

1: Cineca, Italy; 2: Municipality of Milan


Analysis of proposed expansion of TESOL Arabia’s open badge system from simple recognition of participation at face-to-face events to online evidence-based recognition of activities and artefacts that demonstrate application of professional practice

James Buckingham

TESOL Arabia, Oman


Open Badges in the Higher Education student lifecycle

Federico Giacanelli

Cineca, Italy

Workshop - Open Recognition Network and Social Capital Representation - OB Challenges (5)
Location: Breakout Session Room
During this session we will look at two particular challenges: Open Recognition Networks and Social Capital Representation. This will be introduced by a presentation of a regional initiative, Badgeons la Normandie, which is confronted to those issues. 3. Open Recognition Networks Key challenge: how to make learners, individuals and citizens the builders of Open Recognition Networks? Statement: Current recognition networks are dominated by institutions of formal education. Already in the first version of the Open Badge infrastructure it was implicit that only institutions had the right to recognise learning while learners only had the right to be recognised by institutional authorities. Elementary informal recognition statements, Open Endorsements, can be combined with Open Badges and other verifiable claims to elicit recognition networks.  6. Social Capital Representation Key challenge: how to provide individuals, communities and organisation with dynamic representations of the assets...
 

"Badgeons la Normandie" — Using Open Badges to develop a Learning Region

Philippe Petitqueux

DRAAF de Normandie, France

11:00am Coffee Break
11:30am KEY3.1: Keynote Session
 

Progress in Canada: Toward an 'Internet of Skills'

Jeff Griffiths

Griffiths Sheppard Consulting Group Inc, Canada


Study to support the revision of the Diploma Supplement and analyse the feasibility of its digitalisation at European level

Justina Vaikutyte-Paskauske, Simone Ravaioli, Rimantas Dumčius, Karolis Saduikis, Darius Buinauskas, Donatas Pocius

PPMI, Lithuania


The open badge experiment in Dutch HE. Building a proof of concept for an open badge infrastructure.

Frans Ward, Ronald Ham

SURFnet, Netherlands, The

1:00pm Lunch Break
2:00pm KEY3.2: Round Table: the Open Badges / Open Recognition Challenges Roadmap - OB Challenges (6)
Chair: Serge Ravet

During three days, we will have had the opportunity to explore the different challenges (may be identify more) and it is time to establish a roadmap for the future of Open Recognition. The moderators of the different challenges will provide a brief report and a discussion will be opened with the participants.

4:00pm End conference

 
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