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Web Screenshots - Take a Screen Capture Online Draw Freely. Context Free Art Badges in the real world How badges lead to jobs, career advancement and new learning opportunities How do we explain Mozilla’s Open Badge Project to beginners? These user stories — drawn from Erin Knight’s “Open Badge System Framework” paper — are meant to illustrate through everyday scenarios. This post is a first draft only and needs your feedback. Please add your comments here. Or suggest edits to the etherpad version. Eduardo: Connecting learning inside and outside the classroom Eduardo is a 16-year-old Chicago southsider. Eduardo is learning storyboarding and making short films in digital media workshops, mentoring younger kids at a local “Fab Lab,” and took second prize in a recent hackfest competition. How badges help: Badges help Eduardo get recognition for the skills he’s developing outside of school. His peers and facilitators review his work using a defined set of criteria, and issue Eduardo the Movie Maker badge. The result: Sara’s parents want her to go to college and get a computer science degree.

4 כלים חינמיים שיאפשרו לכם להיראות בדיוק כפי שתרצו לא בטוח שכולכם אוהבים את מה שאתם רואים במראה בכל בוקר, אבל אנחנו כן בטוחים שתאהבו את הכלים החינמיים הבאים שיאפשרו לכל אחד מכם לעשות בתמונות כמעט כל מה שמתחשק לכם. בדקנו עבורכם מספר כלים ברשת ובחנויות האפליקציות שיציעו לכם אינספור אפשרויות עריכה מגניבות ומשעשעות במיוחד. במקרה שלנו, לקחנו את תמונתה של עורכת Feederנועה פרג לסיבוב ניסיון: Face In Hole אחד האתרים הפופולריים בתחום המאפשר למשתמשים להעלות תמונות פרצוף ולמקם אותן במגוון עצום של תבניות שונות, כגון פרסומות, יצירות אומנות, שערי עיתונים ומגזינים ועוד. השירות זמין בחינם באתר האינטרנט, וישנן גם אפליקציות ייעודיות לאייפון (0.99 דולר), לאייפד (2.99 דולר) ולאנדרואיד (0.99 דולר). הכלי הזה הוא למעשה כלי עריכה חינמי משוכלל יותר, המאפשר עריכה בסיסית של תמונות ברשת אולם הוא כולל בין היתר את האפשרות להכין תמונות ייחודיות בהן הפרצוף שלכם יכול להופיע במגוון רחב של תבניות מצחיקות ומפורסמות, כמו למשל תמונתו של גולום מטרילוגיית שר הטבעות, איירון מן, סופר מן, דארת' ויידר, רמבו ועוד: jpgfun jpgfun זמין בחינם באתר האינטרנט. In 20 Years פרטיך לא נשמרו.

Badges for Learning In the spring of 2012 YALSA was awarded funding to develop a virtual badge program that helps library staff gain skills related to the Competencies for Serving Youth in Libraries. Project funding is provided by HASTAC, the Mozilla Foundation, and the MacArthur Foundation. The idea is that any library staff member can take part in web-based activities to gain skills in the areas covered in YALSA’s Competencies. For example badge earners will be able to: Learn how to use Twitter to connect with teens and other community members and earn a badge in the area of Marketing, Outreach, and Communication. What Does it Mean to Me? Since badges are virtual, when you earn them you can add them to a variety of web-based spaces. • Add badges to a Facebook profile. • Include them in a blog on a variety of platforms. • Point potential employers to your badge page on the YALSA website. • Include badges on your resume. How Can I Get Involved? We’ll also be looking for content experts and mentors.

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Librarian Creates Site for Teachers to Earn Digital Badges for New Skills Even teachers need a little acknowledgment for learning new skills, according to Laura Fleming, a school library media specialist at New Milford High School in Bergen County, NJ. Through her site, Worlds of Learning, Fleming is offering teachers at her school and beyond the opportunity to earn digital badges—indicators of accomplishment that can be posted online—for mastering digital literacy in a number of areas, from QR codes to video editing. Fleming says that her site, launched in October, provides a fun way for educators to motivate themselves and be rewarded for their efforts. “This is supposed to be informal learning,” says Fleming, who joined New Milford this year but has been a school librarian for a decade. “I really want to keep it that way. I want them to feel this is a safe place and at the same time be challenged.” Fleming built the site for about $300 with open software, paying for a screencast program and hosting costs. Digital badges have been around for a while.