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This badge recognizes mastery in the application of three architectural concepts central to the ‘reading’ (evaluation) of a building or place as taught in the Notre Dame Massive Open Online Course “The Meaning of Rome: The Renaissance and Baroque City”. Badge earners demonstrate mastery through projects which successfully address the following:
- Visual representations (graphics, animations, videos, audio, etc.)
- Historical background descriptions
- The architectural concept visible in the site
- A rationale for the student’s interpretation and outside substantiation
Judging Criteria: To earn this badge, students must:
- Demonstrate mastery of core course concepts through a three-part project, as determined by subject-matter experts
- Create a single publicly accessible site which addresses all three parts of the project
- Meet submission deadlines
- Complete three checkpoint surveys as part of "The Meaning of Rome" course.
Reviewer: Subject matter-experts with support from members of the MOOC administration team.
Awards: All eligible students who satisfy the judging criteria will be recognized with a badge.
To view a complete list of badge earners who have claimed the badge, visit the Notre Dame Credly Page.
2016 Badge Earners:
|Alaa Shibly||Jay Hobbs|
|Joan Kaiser||Gerard Cotter|
|Monica Miklosovic||Jana Rocholl|