Verify badges using

            This tool can be used to verify badges and badge recipients. Verification results may be of a technical nature.
            Sharing badges from Badgr

            Badge Awards
            1. Open Badges are immediately verifiable by the earner or consumer.

            2. You can Verify a badge from your Badgr backpack a number of ways.

              1. From the Badge share URL.

              2. From an embedded card or badge view.

              3. Anywhere else you see the Verify Badge button.



            Entering information for BadgeCheck Verification 
            1. Badge consumers are people who have an interest in your achievement and with whom you may choose to share your badge (e.g. college admissions, human resources, program educators, etc.).

            2. When the Verify Badge button is selected, a URL containing a link to the badge information and verification engine will open in a new window with some of the information pre-populated.

            3. In most cases, the Assertion URL (Badge share URL) will pre-populate in the Badge Object Reference field.
            4. Alternatively, you may wish to upload your badge image, complete with meta-data, to the verification engine. 

            5. You may wish to add additional information, such as the recipient information.
              1. In most cases, this will be the email address of the badge earner.
                1. Identifiers may also be a telephone number, URL, or JSON-LD ID.
            6. You may add as many recipient identifiers as you like and the verification tool will determine which identifier is associated with the badge (typically, only one).
              1. Select the Add button for each identifier you wish to check.
              2. Once you've added all the identifiers, select the Submit button.


            There is a lot of information available to you on the results screen.
            Generally, if all the data, including recipient information, is verified, you'll get a report containing a green checkmark, stating the information is True.
            If not, you'll get a report stating the information is False, with unverified data highlighted in red.


            Positive results    Badge not valid

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