Though is article is focused on participation on wikipedia, it serves as a great and thorough overview into theories of motivation in online i, s. The website also has “portals” for potential badge issuers, earners and displayers which all utilize mozilla’s open badge infrastructure (obi).
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He presents an innovative idea for using badges complete with illustrations and the step-by-step tion: this website is an “open badges” tutorial created by mozilla that includes a badge 101 quiz where you can earn a mozilla badge. Northhampton, ma: edward elgar ries: credentialing, higher education, professional tion: this chapter focuses on importance or lack of importance of credentialing in the field of information technology (it).
That learning experience/task being reviewed by a peer or by an expert upon completion. The three delphi questionnaires used in this study are included in full and the article also contains a bibliography.
Sanibel island, fl: ries: tion: this article looks at motivational factors in online collective action sites like wikipedia and youtube. Education ries: higher education, k-12, credentialing, open education, assessment, motivation, professional tion: this is an engaging, well-written blog post that includes a thorough description of digital badges and a well-sourced bibliography.
Digital technologies, they suggest, make this possible; interactive assessments can evaluate students in a context of choosing whether, what, how, and when to ries: tion: valerie shute and matthew ventura discuss problems with such traditional assessment methods as multiple-choice questions, review evidence relating to digital games and learning, and illustrate the stealth-assessment approach with a set of assessments developed for and embedded in the digital game newton’s playground. In group05 - sustaining community: the role and design of incentive mechanisms in online systems workshop.
Need to ask the right questions – “all the data in the world doesn’t matter if you are collecting one kind of information but the real problem or virtue lies elsewhere. They found overall that it followed closest to wikipedia framework overall with fun and ideology being top ries: gamification, badge tion: *community member contributed content* badges, or equivalent rewards such as top-contributor lists that are used to recognize a user’s contributions on social media websites, clearly appear to be valued by users who actively pursue and compete for them.
The main focus of the article is on the possibility of cheating the system of online learning programs and the plans for in-person testing (at a cost) that have been proposed by udacity and mitx to reduce the chances of gaming the ries: higher education, tion: lynn o’shaughnessy’s article discusses the implications of the results found in the book written by two academics, academically adrift: limited learning on college campuses that found a high percentage of students were not gaining the critical thinking skills that seeking a college degree is supposed to impart. In addition to a brief description of their open badge project complete with an informative concept map, it provides a list of ways to get involved with digital badging and a list of resources for learning more about digital to top of papers and ries: learning theory, education, tion: this report is a synthesis of ongoing research, design, and implementation of an approach to education called “connected learning.
Educational psychology review, 19, ries: motivation, (self-determination) tion: the article focuses on choice in an educational setting and the self-determination theory (sdt) of motivation which centers around three needs that are at the heart of intrinsic motivation: autonomy, the need for relatedness, and the need for competence. Badge tion: this post builds on one of carla casilli’s earlier posts, badge system design: what we talk about when we talk about validity (included in this bibliography) and in it she discusses how the “currency” of digital badges stems from trust and value as well as the possibility for badges to develop new communities of trust.
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Economics of education review, 18, 133–ries: credentialing, professional development, higher education, tion: this research article focuses on how employers can “learn about workers' pre-college cognitive abilities by observing the educational credentials they obtain, and to assess whether employers value credentials because they signal these cognitive abilities” (p. Their methodology included interviewing online creative collaboration participants (leaders and/or artists) working on collaborative (collab) projects on newgrounds, a flash animation portal.
They experimented with preschool students employing two different activity-oriented strategies- fantasy-transformation strategies and goal-setting strategies and compared the results to a control group. They were asked to rate 150 movies for their chosen group with embedded information about the amount of value (signified by smiley faces) they would provide “their community” through their ratings and then complete a brief survey.