Non-Formal Learning in Rural Area

The organization I would like to recognize is called “Produções Fixe”, and it’s located in a village in Portugal. Their work in Non-Formal education is recognized at European Level, where they deliver several training courses and produce educational boardgames. The work that they have been doing, raised the recognition of Read more…

Cineca, BORD signatory

Cineca is the main consortium of italian universities. It developed Bestr in 2015 to support lifelong lifewide learning and the recognition of competencies; it was also among the first entities to sign the Bologna Open Recognition Declaration. Cineca uses Bestr for the recognition of internal training and is involved in Read more…

Bestr, bridging the gap

Spreading the awareness of the importance of recognition in Italy since 2015 through the leading italian Open Badge platform developed by Cineca, the main consortium of italian universities. Bestr brings together Universities, Corporate Academies, Public Administrations and association to improve the recognition of competencies wherever and however they are aquired. Read more…

A longtime advocate of ePortfolio in Siberia

Olga has been instrumental to the development of ePortfolio in Russia since many years, and her work has made a valuable contribution to Open Recognition. She brings to her fortunate students the benefits of her passion for innovative education. AuthorEsther LinleyLink

Ms Geek Africa 2018

A wonderful project! Girls in ICT Rwanda is a group of women, young and old – professionals and students, who are passionate about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths and have come together to inspire more girls to join these exciting fields. It was founded in December 2011 when Rwanda decided Read more…

Food for Soul and Tortellante projects.

Lara Gilmore, Massimo Bottura and their dedicated teams not only run one of the world’s greatest restaurants, the Osteria Francescana in Modena, but they have used their success to create and support wonderful opportunities for others proving that the more you give the more you get! I recognise their inspired Read more…

More than just a teacher

Seven years of collaboration within the middle school of Vallorbe allow me today to recognize the pedagogical skills and human qualities of Corinne ULDRY, teacher and responsible of a class for students with learning difficulties. Very committed to human values, widely available and open to exchanges, she knows how to Read more…

A boss, a colleague, a friend

By opening his arms and the doors of his educational institution, by trusting and offering me the chance to prove my value and my skills in the educational field, Dominique VALET is one of the key people who drove me where I am today. AuthorPatrice PETITQUEUX

A keystone in my professional career

Lucien Tinnirello, with his empathy and sympathy, with his ability to identify and reveal individual skills and qualities, is without a doubt a key person in my personnal and professional career. AuthorPatrice PETITQUEUXLink

eCampusOntario – “rethinking recognition”

I’d like to recognize eCampusOntario, an edtech consortium of 45 colleges and universities for leading the way to “rethink recognition” for post-secondary education in Canada’s largest province using Open Badges as alternative credentials. AuthorDon PresantLink

Recognition of a colleague

I recognize my colleague Fabien.  He’s a very friendly and reliable person, with whom you can work with confidence. I have been working  with him for 8 years around education and technology projects in agricultural education.   AuthorPhilippe PetitqueuxLink

Recognition of botanical painters

I want to recognise the great work done by the Society of Botanical Artists Uk whose members have striven for years to gain recognition for and promote the art of botanical painting across the world. Esther Linley AuthorEsther

ePIC 2018

Two years after publishing the Bologna #OpenRecognition Declaration (ePIC 2016) one year after exploring alternative credentials and alternative to credentials (ePIC 2017), ePIC 2018 is exploring how opening recognition technologies and practices could lead to the emergence of #OpenRecognition Ecosystems. We are looking for contributions exploring either one of the components of recognition ecosystems (e.g. an institution, a technology Read more…