Documentation:OpenBadges/Faculty Guide/Web Design/Engage

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Open Badges Project Assessment Rubric

The Project Assessment Rubric will be used to analyze the information from the requests forms to implement open badges in new UBC projects. The rubric is meant to provide guidance to the Open Badges UBC team when selecting new projects for open badge implementation. The rubric will be used to align the project requests with:

  • Technologies currently developed and available for badge delivery (e.g. Wordpress, Connect)
  • Open badge use cases in the areas of motivation, credentials and pedagogy
  • Progressive and innovative open badge implementations
Criteria Level 1

Does Not Meet Criteria

Level 2

Meets Some Criteria

Level 3

Meets All Criteria

Badge-based Goals The goals identified in the question, "What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project", are:


1) Beyond the scope of the current project implementation.
2) Requires significant technical development from the Open Badges UBC Technical Team.
3) Requires more support from the Open Badges Implementation Team than can be provided.

The goals identified in the question, "What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project", are:


1) Within the scope of the current project implementation.
2) Requires limited technical development from the Open Badges UBC Technical Team.
3) Requires limited additional support from the Open Badges Implementation Team.

The goals identified in the question, "What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project", are:


1) Within the scope of the current project implementation.
2) Requires no technical development from the Open Badges UBC Technical Team.
3) Requires no additional support from the Open Badges Implementation Team.

Rationale The rationale for open badge implementation identified in the question, "What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project?", are poorly articulated and/or thought out. The rationale for open badge implementation identified in the question,"What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project?", are adequately articulated but may require additional supports for understanding open badge uses and practices. The rationale for open badge implementation identified in the question,"What goals will badges help you accomplish in your project?", are well articulated and show an understanding of open badges use and thoughtful educational practice
Value The value for open badges articulated in response to the question, "What is the value of the badges for learners?", are poorly articulated and/or thought out. The value for open badges articulated in response to the question, "What is the value of the badges for learners?", are adequately articulated but may require additional supports for understanding open badge uses and practices. The value for open badges articulated in response to the question, "What is the value of the badges for learners?",, are well articulated and show an understanding of open badges use and thoughtful educational practice
Assessment The project lead has not agreed to implement the Open Badges UBC assessment into the project. The project lead has conditionally agreed to implement the Open Badges UBC assessment with additional information. The project lead agrees to implement the Open Badges UBC assessment.