As an incentive we are offering a verifiable digital badge for those who contribute annotations to the UNESCO OER Recommendation.
The Annotator of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER micro-credential can be added to any collection / platform / backpack that supports the open badge standard.
Here is how you can earn the Annotator of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER digital badge:
- Contribute at least 10 substantive annotations to any of the language versions of the UNESCO OER Recommendation. By substantive, we mean adding a link to a resource, an example, or a provocative question to a specific part of the document.
- Document your activity with a URL. Log in to your account at https://web.hypothes.is/ and construct a search query for your own annotations on this document. This includes your username and the url parameter:
(the asterisk is a wildcard to search only sources and must be oncluded to find all of your annotations.)
- Get your Evidence Link. Copy the web address for this search that shows the link to your annotation activity. This is your evidence. It should look something like:
Double check this link to make sure it produces the list of your annotation activity on the UNESCO OER Recommendation.
- Request your badge via our friendly web form.