IT@Cornell professional badging site now live
The IT@Cornell Professional Badging service is for all IT employees who want a modernized way to highlight their achievements, experiences, professional development, and engagement. A badge is a visual/digital representation of an accomplishment, achievement, or skill acquisition.
Officially, the IT@Cornell badging committee launched the program in December. To date, 2,093 badges have been issued, including IT@Cornell event badges issued before the program launched.
Badge Spotlight - Here is an example of a possible badge you can earn:
Special Interest Group (SIG) organizer / presenter – 2016
This badge is distributed to those who have presented at and/or organized an accepted Cornell University IT-related SIG
Criteria Organizer: The badge candidate must of organized the content of the SIG, agenda, have clear objectives for the SIG and held at least (X) organized SIG meetings.
Documentation: An email or calendar confirmation is to be submitted along with a one or two sentence description of the material covered, date of SIG, and the signature, printed name, unit, and net id of each participant.
A minimum of three or more attendees is required.
Criteria Presenter: The badge candidate must of presented appropriate and related content for the SIG.
Documentation: An email or calendar confirmation is to be submitted along with a one or two sentence description of the material covered, proof of acceptance by organizer of the material to be presented. Optional: Feedback emails in regards to success of material presented can be submitted as well, especially if the presentation content might not be familiar to the reviewer.