Like last year we are offering digital badge for those who are advancing awareness of open education by hosting events during Open Education Week 2023.
We are providing these microcredentials via Canvas Badges (formerly known as Badgr). Your own digital badge contains with in it the verifiable credential with evidence of this achievement. They can be shared anywhere open the badge standard is supported.
Please help us test this capability and at the same time obtain your OEweek Event Host badge. See below for the steps to earn your badge.
Short Summary There are so many events happening, and it is valuable to share what happened at yours. Yes, numbers of participants is helpful, but please include any specific highlights e.g. photos, social media responses, or links to more resources. This need not be more than a paragraph.
This badge can be yours by just replying to this message. We will send it to the email address in your OEG Connect profile.
Short Summary The EdTech Maker Space uses service learning to crowdsource OER. Teachers learn new tech tools and apply them in the creation or curation of quality resources. It was exciting to hear from one of our attendees their interest in applying this model to the work they’re doing in Africa, as we are exploring similar opportunities to use the EdTech Maker Space internationally as a solution for building teacher tech capacity while also generating much-needed relevant digital resources.
If possible, please send a badge to my co-presenter Dr. Jennifer Maddrell.
Short Summary: Our FDP immersed the participants in finding and converting outcome-aligned OER videos, (including NPTEL), images and open textbooks, (including AICTE’s eKUMBH) content into reusable H5P interactive video & course presentation in order to improve student engagement in their Moodle blended / online learning courses.
We have created a forum activity Final Submission - Self Evaluate the H5P and Submit the links & Reflect on 3-Day FDP learning (due date 15 March 2023) in our MoodleOE Week 2023 FDP course and instructed the participants to self-evaluate their work using the rubric attached to the forum (inserted screenshot).
You absolutely deserve a badge, Indira! Thank you for sharing a summary that demonstrates well the activity. I was very pleased to hear from @shushumna on the Tuesday OEWeek Live show how the rubric was collaboratively developed following from conversations here in OEG Connect.
Thank you for setting this up Alan. CCCOER had 3 events this week, and I couldn’t have done it without members of our executive council! I would like to request badges for @JudithSebesta, @LoriBeth, @Acorbett, and @waydeo who helped organize and facilitate this week’s presentations. Also, @tc2021 definitely deserves a badge for her excellent presentation, The Advantages of Using OER Among the Disadvantaged yesterday.
I’m from Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai. We organised Two-Day Create-A-Thon, Repurposing OER and Creating H5P Interactive OER under the guidance of Ms.Sushumna Rao Tadinada. https://ethirajcollege.edu.in/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/OE-Week-2023-Event-Flyer.pdf
The faculty of the college have published more than 100 interactive open education resources using H5P during OE Week 2023. These resources have been developed and repurposed by the faculty to be used in our teaching. The resources were self-evaluated by the faculty using the rubric developed by @sushumna.
I request you to provide badges to all the faculty who have contributed for the same.