Resources by theme
- Butin, D. (2012). What MIT Should Have Done. eLearn Magazine. June 2012. Full text here.
- Carey, K. (2012). Show Me Your Badge. The New York Times.
- Friesen, N., & Wihak, C. (2013). From OER to PLAR : Credentialing for open education. Open Praxis, 5(1), 49–58. Retrieve full text here.
- Knox, J. (2013). The Limitations of Access Alone: moving towards open processes in education technology. Open Praxis, 5/1. Full text here.
- Norman, D. (2008). On the three parts of open education. D’Arcy Norman dot net.
- Schmidt, J. P., Geith, C., Håklev, S., & Thierstein, J. (2009). Peer-to-peer recognition of learning in open education. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 10(5). Retrieve full text here.
- Watters, A. (2011). The Importance of “Open” in Mozilla’s Open Badges Project. Hack Education.
- Digital Media & Learning Competition 4.
- Educause Learning Initiative. (2012). 7 things you should know about badges. Retrieve full text here.
- Elkordy, A. (2012). The Future is Now: Unpacking Digital Badging and Micro-credentialing for K-20 Educators. HASTAC.
- Mozilla BadgeKit.
- The Mozilla Foundation, P2PU and The MacArthur Foundation (2012). Open Badges for Lifelong Learning. Retrieve full text here.
- P2PU Badge System Design.
- P2PU "Reading up on Badges", in the course "101 What are Open Badges?".
- Khan, S. (2012). My View: The future of credentials. CNN: Schools of Thought.
- Olneck, M. (2012). Insurgent Credentials: A Challenge to Established Institutions of Higher Education. Paper presented to "Education in a New Society: The Growing Interpenetration of Education in Modern Life" at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 26-27, 2012. Retrieve full text and discussion here.
- Regalado, A. (2012). Q&A with Salman Khan. MIT Technology Review.
- Wiley, D. (2012a). Why Universities Will Be the Biggest Awarder of Badges (and When). Iterating Towards Openness.
- Halavais, A. M. C. (2012). A Genealogy of Badges. Information, Communication & Society, 15(3), 354–373. Read online here.
- Marshall Mcluhan Full lecture: The medium is the message - 1977 part 2 v 3.