Each week we award a TEL One badge for completing 'If you only do one thing…'. As week 0's one thing is to join/watch the webinar this badge is awarded to TEL One (other thing), which is to record your reflections for Activity 0.1 Big and little questions. Use the form below to attach or submit a summary or link to your response.
Please note that submissions will be made public for other participants to view.
At the start of ocTEL we said it was the open course you cannot fail… and hopefully as part of the course you have found or connected with some interesting ideas or people. We would like to thank you all for your contributions with this special badge. To receive this badge enter the activity code included in the final course email or contained at the end of the ocTEL Experiences & Outcomes Questionnaire.
This badge is awarded to those who exhibit depth and breadth of knowledge about open badges and openly speak and write about open badges. Advocates demonstrate their knowledge through active blogging, writing, research or speaking at conferences.
To earn this badge you must be an active member of the volunteer committee responsible for organising the OER conference. You will have attended a minimum of 4 team meetings and contributed to activities which support the delivery of the OER15 conference.
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Awarded to those who participated in the #SUSALT16 Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching (SALT) Conference in June 2016 as part of Continued Professional Development Activity facilitated by SALT. The conference is an annual event focusing on 'Inspiring Teaching, Enhancing Assessment and Engaging Students' and brings together colleagues from across the Swansea University to promote excellence in learning and teaching.
Awarded for presentation of new ideas, technologies and experiences at #SUSALT16 Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching (SALT) Conference 'Inspiring Teaching, Enhancing Assessment and Engaging Students' in June 2016. The badge earner will have submitted a proposal for the conference and have successfully delivered either a conference presentation, poster session or workshop at the event.
This badge has been issued for participating in the activities in the free non-accredited course The digital scholar. This course supported demonstration of the following learning outcomes: understand what is meant by the term 'digital scholarship'; recognise Boyer's scholarship framework; consider new approaches to research afforded by digital scholarship; understand how digital, networked technology can influence public engagement; appreciate the influence of the recent MOOC development. You can review this course at the following link: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/education/the-digital-scholar/content-section-overview. This badge does not represent formal credit or award from The Open University. It does demonstrate participation in informal learning activity.
This badge has been issued for participating in the activities in the free non-accredited Becoming an Open Educator course. This free course supported demonstration of the following key learning outcomes:
1. find and identify different open-licenced resources and be able to use them.
2. create your own OER and understand best practice for incorporating open resources.
3. plan appropriate practical steps for continuing your own ‘open’ journey.
You can review this course at the link below: http://www.open.edu/openlearnworks/course/view.php?id=2274. This badge does not represent formal credit or award. It does demonstrate participation in informal learning activity.