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Greg McVerry

So in chat I said I was built for binging. @schmarty came back and said it should be the tile of my memoir or something. @t then suggested a run of Breaking Badges...so naturally I had to make this: http://jgregorymcverry.com/breakingbadges.html

Greg McVerry

Listening to @ottonomy discuss @mozilla transition of the backpack to @concentricsky. Couldn't pick a better partner than @badgrteam

Greg McVerry

I will be doing a presentation on badges at https://2019.pressedconf.org/?easyconfpr=webmention-badges learn how to own your assessment from your own domain and escape the constant pivots, patents, and providers in space

Greg McVerry

Aurora, CO and @SenorG such leaders in nice to see learning drive assessment rather than having assessment run learning over

Greg McVerry

Look how webmention badges display on a student post: https://literaryadventuresofjenn.wordpress.com/2019/02/21/book-group-thoughts/#comment-11 Time to reclaim assessment and start badging from your own domain.

Greg McVerry

Hey the webmention badges for module III where you had to argue for or against leveled books is now live. If your badge was not issued you got feedback on how to meet the criteria if you choose to revise: http://edu407.jgregorymcverry.com/badges/levelingbooks.html

Greg McVerry

Here is major reason I am exploring and developing webmention badges: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2019-03-12-who-owns-digital-badges-a-company-s-patent-on-credentials-ra... We don't need some third party service, or backpacks that switch hands more than hand-me-downs. Own your assessment from your own domain, your url is your credibility

Greg McVerry

I just published a new post (my three day late demo for @IndieWebCamp Austin) on how folks should take back control of credentialing and badge from your own domain: https://jgregorymcverry.com/badgefromyourdomain.html

Greg McVerry

I just added a page to my website to display my webmention badges: https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/pages/badges You don't need some third party service or some standard that may or not be patented...Instead simply just badge from your own domain...learn more https://indieweb.org/badge

Greg McVerry

So in trying to continue my work on credentialing and I made a badge isssuing site for one of my classes: https://edu307.glitch.me/badges/literacyimage.html Need to style it a bit more, and not everyone is accepting webmentions yet but we will get there

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