Seven years ago, 10 challenges were issued to the international ePortfolio community at the 2010 ePortfolio and Identity Conference (ePIC). These challenges outlined a future vision to make ePortfolio technology and practice more open, flexible and interoperable, so that ePortfolios could more openly recognize and celebrate lifelong and lifewide learning Read more…
In October 2016, a group of educational visionaries met in Bologna and launched the Bologna Open Recognition Declaration (bord), calling for the creation of an Open Architecture for the recognition of all forms of learning. The declaration remains open for public endorsement via signature and the opportunity to claim a badge. (Link)
Since then, recent announcements/events in the community have prompted discussions which led to the idea to create an Open Recognition Alliance to carry the open recognition vision forward.
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The first Open Recognition Alliance Community Call will be January 4th, 2017
9:00 am PT | 12:00 pm ET | 5:00 pm UTC
Why Do We Need an Open Recognition Alliance?
Bologna Open Recognition Declaration Toward an Open Architecture for the Recognition of Learning Achievements In 1999, the Bologna Declaration proposed a European Higher Education Area in which students and graduates could move freely between countries, using prior qualifications in one country as acceptable entry requirements for further study in another. Read more…