Digitalme has been at the forefront of the Open Badges movement since its inception in 2011. Backed by Nominet Trust and Mozilla, Digitalme leads the Badge the UK programme, supporting organisations to use Open Badges within their learning programmes. We also work with the Mozilla Foundation to develop a UK & international strategy for wider Open Badge adoption. We were the only UK winner of the Digital Media and Learning: Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition supported by the MacArthur Foundation, Mozilla and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Digitalme helps to surface, capture and communicate all valuable skills. Whether that involves digitising existing qualifications so they can be easily seen and shared anywhere online, or making harder to see skills visible. Our solutions which use the open badge standard easily integrate with existing internal assessment tools and workforce development systems, even if these are bespoke to your organisation.
Digitalme works with a growing network of schools, colleges, universities, charities, associations and employers, including Siemens and O2.
Makewaves is a safe social platform allowing children to learn, create and display their achievements through Open Badges.
Schools can transform pupils’ learning in an innovative way through the introduction of badges via a safe social network.
Young people can take part in fun learning missions created by teachers across the country or by high profile partners and earn rewards for their work. We make it safe to share blogs, videos and photos with friends, family and the Makewaves community.
Organisations can create Missions at a national scale and enable teachers to engage with the activities and issue awards via badges to young people.