Programme

 

Session Overview

Date: Wednesday, 26/Oct/2016

8:30am

Welcome and registration

9:30am

Hack Open Badges (1)

Location: Main salon

Chair: Nate Otto

Chair: Serge Ravet

If you believe that one could do much more with Open Badges that simply display them on Facebook or LinkedIn, join this session to design the Open Badge ecosystem of the future.

During this first session we will:

  • Present the Hack Open Badges programme
  • Explore the current Open Badges issues and needs
  • Define themes and projects

To submit your... 

Open Badges 101: Create your own badge

Location: Breakout

A session for the Open Badge beginners. During this session, you will learn:

  • What are Open Badges?
  • How to create your own badge?

11:00am

Coffee Break

11:30am

Keynote Session

Location: Main salon

Chair: Serge Ravet

Atish Gonsalves, Global Learning Director at Humanitarian Leadership Academy, UK: Recognition of learning, skills and experience of traditional and non-traditional humanitarians

Bernard BullConcordia University Wisconsin, USA : On the future of education

Milad Doueihi,  Université Paris-Sorbonne, France: On trust

 

1:30pm

Lunch Break

2:30pm

Hack Open Badges (2)

Location: Main salon

Chair: Simone Ravaioli

Chair: Don Presant

During this second session, teams will be built to start working on the design to inform the development of mockups to demonstrate the potential capabilities of Open Badge applications. If you think that we should create a competitor to LinkedIn, don't be shy, use the collective intelligence of the participants and your design could become the next big thing!

Open Badges 102: Create your badge ecosystem

Location: Breakout

During this session you will learn how to create an Open Badge ecosystem to support learning and development using the ePIC design canvas. Participants will work in small groups. This workshop will be extended during the following days of the conference.

4:30pm

Coffee Break

5:00pm

Building Together Learning Cities and territories

Location: Main salon

Chair: Simone Ravaioli

A public event to explore how Open Badges and Learning Playlists can contribute to create learning cities and territories.

Keynote speaker:

Connie Yowell, CEO of CollectiveShift.org; Director of Education, MacArthur Foundation, USA

6:30pm

End day 1

Date: Thursday, 27/Oct/2016

8:30am

Welcome and registration

9:00am

PR21A

Location: Main salon

 

An eportfolio should be owned by the individual – for life – what are the implications?

Rob Arntsen

MyKnowledgeMap, United Kingdom

 

A Mechanism for Capturing Skills Development: Linking ePortfolios and Professional Skills Building to Badges in the Sciences @ UNSW Australia

Patsie Polly

School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Australia, Australia

 

Work Integrated Learning and ePortfolios for Developing Research Identity and Practice in the Medical Sciences and beyond at UNSW Australia

Patsie Polly1, Jia-Lin Yang2, Thuan Thai3, Julian Cox4, Fiona Naumann5, Caroline Ford6, Kathryn Coleman7

1: School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Australia; 2: Prince of Wales Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Australia; 3: School of Education, University of Notre Dame Australia; 4: Faculty of Engineering, UNSW Australia; 5: Faculty of Health, School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; 6: Adult Cancer Program and School of Women's and Children's Health, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Australia; 7: Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia

PR21B

Location: Breakout

 

Supporting students to think out of the box: developing life long digital learners

Fiona Harvey

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 

Finding the sweet spot: Digitally connecting personal, classroom, and field-based learning experiences

Norman Vaughan

Mount Royal University, Canada

10:30am

Coffee Break

11:00am

Keynote Session

Location: Main salon

Dan Hickey, Indiana University, USA: Open Badges and ePortfolios for Competency Based Education.

David Leaser, IBM, USA: How Open Badges deepen professional engagement

Peter Janzow, Pearon Acclaim, USA: Sharing Competencies through Open Badges

1:00pm

Lunch Break

2:00pm

PR22A

Location: Main salon

 

Assessment of Learning Outcomes by Means of ePortfolios in the Context of Lifelong Learning Driven by Harmonisation of Educational Paradigm

Olga Smolyaninova

Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation

 

Opening minds with eportfolios: How can eportfolios enhance the nature of the learning experience and the development of criticality among flexible learners?

Orna Mary Farrell

Dublin City University, Ireland

PR22B

Location: Breakout

 

The validation and quality assurance of open badges at the University of Derby

Syed Munib Hadi, Dominic Petronzi

University of Derby, United Kingdom

 

Endorsements and Consortiums: Working Together to Strengthen Open Credentials

Richard West

Brigham Young University, United States of America

3:30pm

Coffee Break

4:00pm

Keynote Session

Chair: Serge Ravet

Jim Groom, Reclaim Hosting, Italy: How Domain of One’s Own could transform education

Serge Ravet, ADPIOS, France: Beyond Open Badges and ePortfolios

 

5:00pm

ePortfolios, Pedagogical Creativity and Open Digital Credentials.

Location: Main salon

Chair: Kathryn Sara Coleman

A round table with:

  • Patsie Polly, UNSW Australia
  • Bernard Bull, Concordia University, Wisconsin, USA
  • Daniel Hickey, Indiana University, USA
  • Carla Casilli, Connecting Credentials
  • Don Presant, Leanring Agents, Canada
  • Serge Ravet, ADPIOS, France

6:00pm

End day 2

7:30pm

10:30pm

Social Dinner

The social dinner will take place in the Palazzo Gnudi all dressed-up for a wonderful Italian dining experience!

Date: Friday, 28/Oct/2016

8:30am

Welcome and registration

9:00am

PR31A

Location: Main salon

 

CUoB: Investigating Opening up Badges in Coventry

Jacqui Speculand, Gemma Tombs

DMLL, Coventry University, United Kingdom

 

Curious Critters, an ongoing transmedia project aiming to sustain awareness on traditional cultures and their imaginary

Prune Lieutier

UQAM / La boîte à pitons, Canada

PR31B

Location: Breakout

 

Valorizzare e attestare le competenze nel «Sistema Portale»

Angelo Saccà, Manuela Caramagna, Cristina Giraudo, Simona Perino

Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy

10:30am

Coffee Break

11:00am

Keynote Session

Tracy Penny Light, Thompson Rivers University/AAEEBL, Canada:

Phil Long, Austin University, USA:

1:00pm

Lunch Break

2:00pm

Closing Keynotes and presentation of "Hack Open Badges"

Location: Main salon

Chair: Serge Ravet

Presentations of the hackathon results, closing remarks and discussion with the participants

4:30pm

End conference