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Can Digital Badging Support an Inclusive New Normal in Higher Education?
|Title:||Can Digital Badging Support an Inclusive New Normal in Higher Education?|
|Keywords:||Social Impact and Information Systems|
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|Date Issued:||05 Jan 2021|
|Abstract:||This call for research considers how digital badging could help universities serve their students better and more flexibly, especially during crises (whether caused by public health issues, social unrest, or natural disasters). Touted as a means to recognize academic achievements and skills of both traditional and non-traditional students, digital badging can support personalized learning pathways by enabling individualized portfolios of micro-credentials. Also, badges can signify mastery at more granular levels than end-of-term course grades. In this review, we identify known digital badging opportunities and threats and consider a proposed micro-credentialing system based on college course modules rather than full courses. We then articulate directions for further research, guided by the theory of IT options and debt and the theory of complementary resources.|
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