The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership ‘Connected Spaces of Learning in Europe’ was initially aiming to create a sustainable and youth-oriented participatory solution for European cities and regions to map, deliver and recognise diverse opportunities for young people. In...
Links: This article discusses the alternative learning pathways which are formed by the increasing number of digital badge programmes offered by companies as an alternative form of certification to traditional Higher Education.
This report from UNESCO gives a concise introduction to the different forms of digital accreditation and the implications that digital credentialling can have for recognition. The paper outlines stakeholders and explores the features of different technical...
This excellent research paper reviews the history and use of Open Badges within Higher Education, it provides references to case studies from the early days of Open Badges to these days and their learning, regarding the advantages, disadvantages and challenges of...
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