Photo 7 Aug 22 notes I started toying around with Credly, the website Nicholas Schiller used to design his information literacy badges. All Credly content is creative commons licensed.
This badge is just for fun — a badge for MLIS degree holders with everyone’s favorite lemon yellow (our graduate robe hood color). I couldn’t resist the cat eye glasses (even though I don’t wear glasses myself).
I’m contemplating creating a set of badges designed around our learning outcomes that we could use in explaining the goals of each particular workshop and help students understand how one librarian-workshop might build on another they previously attended. I’ll run it by my colleagues and see where it goes.

I started toying around with Credly, the website Nicholas Schiller used to design his information literacy badges. All Credly content is creative commons licensed.

This badge is just for fun — a badge for MLIS degree holders with everyone’s favorite lemon yellow (our graduate robe hood color). I couldn’t resist the cat eye glasses (even though I don’t wear glasses myself).

I’m contemplating creating a set of badges designed around our learning outcomes that we could use in explaining the goals of each particular workshop and help students understand how one librarian-workshop might build on another they previously attended. I’ll run it by my colleagues and see where it goes.

  1. cbsundance reblogged this from thepinakes and added:
    I’m down, even if it does utilize glasses. Also, yes - I did coordinate my profession with my favorite color.
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