[Ssnet_list] 2/29: "Rewards, Reputation,
and Recognition: A conversation about
badges, eportfolios, reputation systems, and the future of learning"
UC Humanities Research Institute
maritess at hri.uci.edu
Tue Feb 21 15:24:09 PST 2012
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FEBRUARY 29, 2012 // 5-8 PM // PARC 55 // 55 CYRIL MAGNIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
A conversation about badges, eportfolios, reputation systems,
and the future of learning
Join the winners of the Digital Media and Learning Research Competition,"Badges,
Trophies, and Achievements," for a conversation about thecurrent state of research
on recognition and accreditation systems forinformal and interest-driven learning.
We will explore some of theopportunities provided by employing badges and other
assessment systemsin learning communities, some of the dangers, and consider the
pressingresearch questions that need to be addressed. Over the last year, a wide-ranging
public conversation about potential future applications ofbadges and the place of
badges in our learning ecosystem has captured theattention of educators, technology
makers, and researchers. How cancurrent and past research inform these debates?
What are the mostimportant questions we need to raise about the effective design
anddeployment of badge and reputation systems?
5:30 - 7:00//PANEL DISCUSSION(Parc 55: Market Street Room, 3rd Floor)
DAVID THEO GOLDBERG
Executive Director, University of California Humanities Research Institute
Vice President of U.S. Programs, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
DARREN CAMBRIDGEAmerican Institutes for Research
Faculty Writing Prize for "Eportfolios for Lifelong Learning and Assessment"
RICHARD MILLS Lancaster University
Doctoral Student Grant award winner for "Exploring the motivational effects of badges
- who do badges appeal to and why?"
REGINOLD A. ROYSTON and
ASHLEY FERRO-MURRAYUC Berkeley
Doctoral Student Grant award winner for "Who's Achievement?: Evaluating
Self-Constructed and Peer-Evaluated Badge Systems in Online Classrooms"
H. CECILIA SUHR Miami University Hamilton
Research Grant award winnerfor "A New Era of Evaluation on Music Social Networking
Digital Media and Learning Hub, University of California, Irvine
7:00 - 8:00//RECEPTION(Parc 55: Powell I & Powell II, 3rd Floor)
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