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taramedeirostaramedeiros Community Member Posts: 35
In addition to providing a space where you can connect with other users and get answers to your questions, we want you to be able to show off your accomplishments, skills and interests. We will be implementing digital badges on the site soon and we want your feedback.

Some ideas we’ve been tossing around are the following:
  • Trivantis –Trivantis employee
  • Speaker – Lectora User Conference Presenter
  • Expert – Based on forum activity: likes, posts, replies
  • Partner – Recognizes our many terrific partners
The list above represents just a few of the ideas we’ve been considering. What else do you want to see?

Let me know in the comments below!

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  • ssnegssneg Community Member Posts: 1,466
    Like this post if you're watching the webinar, too! :)
  • Maybe a 'years in service' badge, for how long you've been using Lectora?  (start with a 2 or 5 year?)

     
  • ssnegssneg Community Member Posts: 1,466
    jk

    :)
  • nmoseley7905nmoseley7905 Community Member Posts: 3
    Thanks for a great introduction to the new community site Tara.

    An indicator of the level of experience would be great. Maybe this could be colour coded - Green through to Gold

    I think that rather than year's service, the focus should be on competency with the tool. You may have used Lectora occasionally over a number of years and still be a relative novice. How about the following:

    Fundamental Awareness (basic knowledge)
    Novice (limited experience)
    Intermediate (practical application)
    Advanced (applied theory)
    Expert (recognized authority)

    There are some good definitions on each level at http://hr.od.nih.gov/workingatnih/competencies/proficiencyscale.htm
  • taramedeirostaramedeiros Community Member Posts: 35
    Terrific suggestions! Thanks for the quick feedback!
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