Credly Digital Badge
The College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) is offering digital badges to participants of the 2017 Minnesota eLearning Summit. A digital badge serves as verification for employers and peers that you have participated in this professional development conference.
As a Credly Verified Issuer, CCAPS will publicly issue all earned badges via Credly. After the conference, you will receive an email
notification of your achievement. If you don’t have a Credly account, you will be prompted to create one after to accept and share or post your digital badge.
How to collect your digital badge
A few days after the conference, you will receive an email with a link to collect your digital badge. If you no longer have access to the email, contact our Information Center at 612-624-4000. An information center representative will verify the completion of your conference and send you a new email to collect your badge.
Your Credly account URL
Every Credly member has their own unique public profile on Credly.com. You can customize the web address people use to visit your profile.
Multiple email accounts within your Credly account
If you are issued a digital badge on an email account that is different than the email you used to set up your Credly account, you will need to add the new email to your Credly account, then claim your badge. To add the new email, you will log into your Credly account, click on Account Settings, Edit Email, then Add New Email.
How to share your digital badge on Social Networks
There are many options for sharing your digital badge: see the Credly Knowledge Base webpage for various tutorials.
Posting and sharing your digital badge on LinkedIn
Credly has enabled a copy-and-paste feature to make it easy for you to manually add your verified achievements, badges, or certifications to your LinkedIn Profile and to share them with your LinkedIn network.
Adding a digital badge to your Gmail signature
View a short video that shows you how to add a Credly badge to your email signature in Gmail.
Adding digital badges to a website or blog
Credly gives you the ability to embed earned badges or credentials on to your own website or blog. They also give a range of configuration options so you can choose the look and feel of the badge as it appears on your own site.
Guidebook Mobile App
The Minnesota eLearning Summit has gone mobile! Attendees will be able to plan their days with a personalized schedule; browse all keynote, concurrent, and poster presentations, presenter biographies, exhibitors, and maps; and participate in the Summit backchannel by posting on Twitter or Facebook before and during the conference.