Date(s) - 04/29/2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Librarians are always searching for new and innovative ways to motivate and engage their target audience. But, what incentives work in today’s digital age? Learn how to use online badges as a new, non-traditional reward to recognize and value learning and participation at your library. This fun and interactive session will discuss digital badges, which are validated, online representations of earned knowledge or skills that can be collected and displayed across many online environments. Learn how to plan, organize, issue, and display your digital badges through open digital badging platforms in order to create and build your own badge ecosystem as both a badge issuer and earner. Participants will even earn a new digital badge for attending the session!
See an introduction to this topic at: https://floridalibrarywebinars.org/rethinking-rewards-in-the-digital-age-an-introduction-to-digital-badges-ondemand.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Instructor Bio ~ Jaime Goldman
Jaime Goldman is the Reference Librarian II at Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center – Oceanography Library. She has her BS degree in Marine Science and Biology, MS degree in Marine Biology and Coastal Zone Management, and her MS degree in Library Science. Combining her experience and education in the marine sciences and library science, Jaime enjoys working as the subject specialist at the Oceanography Library, where she has the opportunity to work closely with students, researchers, and faculty to meet their education and research needs. She enjoys traveling, SCUBA diving, and keeping up with the latest technologies!
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