With Badgr, users can create, award, and store Open Badges with Badgr for free. Below are some links from our knowledge base that will tell you how to get started with creating and awarding badges Open Badges with Badgr.
An Open Badge is a specialized type of digital badge that contains verifiable metadata about achievements according to a common data format, the Open Badges specification.
If you are brand new to Badgr we recommend attending or watching one of our webinars that provided an overview of Badgr features and getting started. You can access webinar recordings here. If you wish, you can register here for one of our monthly webinars on the first Wednesday at 11 am PDT.
If you are a Canvas user, Badgr's LTI is an easy 5-minute install. A great place to get started with Badgr in Canvas is by enrolling in our free 1-2 hour course. You can also join our Badgr Users Group to collaborate with other Badgr users.
Badgr Pro offers analytics and the ability to award a badge based on QR or claim code. And Badgr Pathways is a companion app to Badgr, allowing Issuers to combine and connect Open Badges from multiple sources into a meaningful pathway for learners. Track group and individual progress along the pathway and award milestone badges automatically. Users can track their own progress and look ahead to plan the next steps in their learning journey.