Connected Learner Badge
This post is about a badge I designed called the ‘Connected Learner’.
In the world we are all connected, but how often do we connect? This badge can be earned by following some simple steps.
If you are reading this, then you have some sort of online presence, even if that is as one who reads, and not as a distinct or recognisable identity that you project outward.
The task that I have set is:
Read and comment on three blog posts. The posts should be to do with a particular theme, topic, or course.
For example, I could choose to comment on blogs having to do with the #el30 course. My creating this badge was a task for the #el30 course. (and my setting a task is also one of the embedded tasks for #el30 that was set by the facilitator and fellow participant, Stephen Downes.)
When applying for the badge, there is a place to put your evidence, so save the URL to the blog with your comment.
I think this is the public link to
apply for *view* the badge via badgr:
*edit: to apply for the badge, you need to apply to me. I have learned thanks to someone from the Badgr team that issuers award the badges. So as an issuer, I can award my badge. 🙂