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Some posts in new places

Greetings From Atlanta!

Although this is the best place to stay on top of all of my open badges and digital credentialing thinking, I have been honored to be requested to write blog posts and articles focused on my work in credentialing and blockchain for some additional publications. In the interests of keeping them all in one spot and keeping you up to date, I’ve gathered them here.

EdSurge
The Common Language Working Group that I’ve been co-facilitating along with David Longanecker and Larry Good for the Connecting Credentials initiative  has been absolutely fascinating. It’s encapsulated in this EdSurge HigherEd post:

You can subscribe to the EdSurge Next newsletter here and follow them on twitter at @HigherEdSurge

BadgeChain
If you’re interested in blockchain technology, or even just curious about it, you will find the BadgeChain Team Medium posts interesting and informative. The posts—and the team—examine the intersection of open badges and blockchain technology. Kerri Lemoie and I have written two of a series of five posts, titled From Badges to BadgeChain. We’re in the midst of writing Part 3 but you can find the first and second posts here:

Follow all of the BadgeChain Team posts and follow us on Twitter at @BadgeChain

Stay tuned!
While I write in other blogs and newsletters, this blog is my primary conversation point for all things open badges and digital credentials, so stay tuned! As always, interested in your thoughts and comments, so let me know what you think.

 

 

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