e-NABLE utilizes the Badgr.io platform for awarding badges. This form is used to request a badge and provide your evidence to show that you qualify for that badge.
After providing your email and name, you will select a badge category. You'll then be provided with a list of badges in that category and the required evidence for each one. After that, you'll be asked to select a specific badge and provide the appropriate evidence.
Your form responses will be saved in a spreadsheet, accessible only to the e-NABLE Badging Team. A member of the e-NABLE Badging Team may follow-up with you via the email address you provide below to provide feedback, request additional information, or request additional evidence before issuing your badge.
>>> e-NABLE Community Role Badges: These badges indicate that you perform a specific role or function within the e-NABLE Community. Examples include e-NABLE Chapters, e-NABLE Device Designers, e-NABLE Speakers, and e-NABLE Event Organizers.
>>> e-NABLE Community Participation Badges: These badges indicate that you have completed certain activities within the e-NABLE volunteer community. Examples include introducing yourself in the e-NABLE Google+ community, participating in an e-NABLE event, or publishing a tutorial video to help other volunteers.
>>> e-NABLE Design Challenge Badges: These badges are for people who participated in (or won) one of the e-NABLE Design Challenge events.
>>> e-NABLE Explorers Game Badges: These badges are for people who have completed elements of the e-NABLE Explorers Game: https://enable-the-future.myshopify.com/products/e-nable-explorers-game
>>> e-NABLE Device Specific Badges: These badges indicate that you know how to make a particular type of e-NABLE device. For each type of device, there is a "fabrication" badge and an "assembly" badge. Fabrication badges mean that you know how to 3D print the parts for a particular design. Assembly badges mean that you know how to properly assemble a particular design.