Like scouting badges, Open Badges communicate a skill or achievement but are displayed on the Internet. They contain comprehensive data including who has earned the badge, its criteria, learning evidence and who has endorsed it. All this information is packaged within a tiny badge image file that can be displayed via online CVs and social networking sites.
We believe Open Badges have the potential to radically change the way we see qualifications: from abstract measures of knowledge to a tool to connect talent with opportunities for employment, training or enterprise.
We can support you each step of the way on your Open Badge journey, from developing your initial idea to creating a global badge solution. We work with schools, learning organisations and employers to use badges to recognise skills & achievements.
If you are interested in creating badges for your learning programme or community, or endorsing and recognising badge schemes then we want to hear from you.
Safe Level 2
Completed Safe Level 2 activities - Research & Copyright, Making & Sharing Media, Reviewing & Reporting Media.
How do I earn this badge?
More badges in this project
Badge Canvas 101
This badge shows you know how to design Open Badges and have thought about why your badge is valuable.
S2R Silver Journalist
Create sports reports which demonstrate research and interview skills.
Digital Leaders Presenter
Attend an event as an ambassador for Digital Leaders. Share your experiences and encourage others to get involved.
S2R Gold Journalist
Use a range of media to create consistent, high quality sports reports which show advanced interviewing, research and communication skills.
Created content about staying safe online
Safer Internet Day 2014
Whether you are a young person, parent or teacher, you can earn your digital open badge by helping to “create a better internet” on Safer Internet Day 2014.
Post comments on YCiF Network and create a story about the project.
Badge the Uk
Unit 1330-34 Aire StreetLeedsLS1 4HTT: 0113 245 6445E: firstname.lastname@example.org