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Issue and Display Credly Badges in Drupal User Profiles

Drupal Module for Digital Badges by CredlyThe Credly module for Drupal lets you issue Credly badges to users on your Drupal site, and display issued badges on Drupal user profiles.

Drupal Module for Digital Badges by Credly

The development of Q?rius, a new web site and an exhibit space for the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, sparked the idea for the Credly module for Drupal. The experience, designed and developed by C&G Partners, Major Robot, and Potion Design, challenges visitors to complete various science-related, educational activities to earn digital badges built on the Credly platform. Major Robot's successful connection of Drupal to Credly's Open Credit API inspired the team to continue work on a module that now has been vetted and approved by the wider Drupal community.

From the module authors at Major Robot: "Working with a smart, robust API like Credly's is a breath of fresh air. It has been a pleasure to develop with it, and we look forward to others benefitting from this collaboration, as well."

The approved Drupal module can be downloaded at:

Awarding badges using the Drupal module:
Drupal Module for Digital Badges by Credly - Issuing badges Badges displayed on a Drupal user's profile:
Drupal Module for Digital Badges by Credly Drupal module Credly integration settings:
Drupal Module for Digital Badges by Credly- Settings Configuration

About Major Robot:
Major Robot Interactive is a team of innovative designers and developers based in the creative hotbed of Red Hook, Brooklyn. We specialize in building and developing content management systems, exhibit interfaces for museums, and other online interactive experiences. Major Robot’s collaborations with Moey Inc. have been seen in The Children’s Museum of Houston and The New York Historical Society, as well as the New York headquarters of American Express and Google, Inc. We have built solutions for the National Museum of Natural History (with C&G Partners), The Maritime Aquarium (with RBH Media), and for the New York based non-profits Building Markets, Re:Gender, and Hand/Eye Magazine.