Earning a Badge Digital Credentials to Articulate Learning and Ability

An engaged learner speaks with their advisor or browses Bay Path's digital badge offerings to learn about what is available...

Bay Path's institutionally branded instance of Credly will allow students and external stakeholders to browse the digital badges offered by the University.

...the student is able to learn more about each badge and corresponding criteria...

Each badge is described in-depth and criteria clearly explained on the credential site.
All criteria for earning a badge is displayed and linked from the Credly site.

During the application process, the learner has the opportunity to collect, reflect and frame their work and experiences as they relate to the competencies the badge represents.

The online application process will be managed by Google Forms or a custom built BadgeOS platform

The application and accompanying supporting artifacts are reviewed by the ePortfolio & Badging Coordinator prior to the reviewing body.

The ePortfolio and Badging Coordinator can work with a learner to ensure their badging application is complete and representative of work that could earn them a badge.

The badging committee reviews a learner's application using a comprehensive rubric designed to ensure the rigor and integrity of the credential...

Each badge is representative of extensive criteria connecting a wide range of related experiences, skills and abilities.

The badging committee approves a students application and the ePortfolio & Badging Coordinator awards the badge via Credly to the learner!

Any badge earned can be displayed in the learner's ePortfolio, LinkedIn profile or on the profile page of the University's badge system.

Badges are easily linked to the ePortfolio, LinkedIn and other digital tools.

When displayed and shared, external stakeholders can view the badge and click through to any evidence (i.e. an ePortfolio) to learn more about the learner's competency.


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