MIRVA - Open Recognition Alliance
MIRVA Newsletter #2 - Open Recognition 
Welcome to the 2nd edition of the MIRVA newsletter!
Learn about the latest progress and major highlights of the MIRVA initiative, and don't miss the opportunity to join us in growing a vibrant Open Recognition movement that links research, technology, policy and society.
THE TRUST CHALLENGE | ePIC PARIS | 24/10/2018 - 26/10/2018
They have already said Yes!
A wide range of speakers has already said yes! Ruben Verborgh will explore with you the current technological developments related to trust technologies in the session about Addressing the trust challenge to create #OpenRecognition Ecosystems
Want to know more on Building a Learning SocietyFrancois Taddei and Edgar Morin share their experiences on this subject with us. 

Are you new to badges or experienced? The ePIC has it all for you. Participate and explore: create your own badge or dive in good practices and find out more about badges in for example health care, higher education, employment, building learning territories or the humantitarian sector.
The #OpenRecognition Week (October 22-28) invites you to join a global movement to remap the world as a World Wide Web of Trust.

Our aim is to recognise and celebrate the huge talents and positive achievements of people and organisations deserving recognition across the world and to aid the building of empowered and connected communities and individuals.

We invite you today to visit week.openrecognition.org and take action….
In April 2016 Davide had concluded Civil Service after vocational school for hotel and catering, and did not have a clear idea of his future job profile. He took part in the nationally funded program “Garanzia Giovani”, so the professionals at Job Agency Synergie supported him in identifying his competencies and assessed them, providing him with his own Dossier of Evidences.
Davide’s linguistic skills were scarce, with only a basic school learning, but he had trained them by working in a museum during Civil Service where he had welcomed international visitors. Read more.
A story contributed by Synergie Italia (one of MIRVA's associate partners)
Open Badges for building a learning territory in Normandy
Badgeons la Normandie (Let’s Badge Normandy) is a network of institutions, associations and organisations working in education and training, employment and social integration.
They are exploring the power of Open Badges for building a learning territory: developing, recognising, valorising and connecting the talents of Normans.
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Open badges: light and agile or robust and formal?
On Monday 10 September, Dominic Orr represented MIRVA-member FiBS at a German-speaking workshop looking at the role and design of digital certificates, with a particular focus on the application of open badges. The workshop took place at the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, and was attended by a group of 15 people representing very different perspectives on this issue. 
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Ensuring that the competencies acquired during training are actually transferred to the workplace—what the "Kirkpatrick methodology" defines as assessment level 3-—is a classic human resource management problem. How to address it?
And more specifically, how could Open Badges contribute to its resolution?
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