CSCCE recognizes learners who have successfully completed one of our multi-week courses by awarding digital badges. These badges can be added to LinkedIn pages, email signatures, and social media, as well as stored with similar earned credentials in a “digital backpack.”
So far, we have awarded badges to learners who have completed the Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals (CEF) course. Additional courses listed here will be available for enrollment in 2023, including as part of our forthcoming Community Manager Certification Program.
For more information about what is required to earn a digital badge, click on the image below or visit the relevant course page.
Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals (CEF)
CEF provides community managers of all levels critical language and frameworks for understanding what is a unique emerging leadership role. Participants develop confidence and increased clarity about their role, and build relationships with other scientific community managers.
Content Design (CODE)
This practical, multi-week course will help you communicate effectively with your community members by creating clear and engaging content. The course introduces a holistic and strategic way of creating content to support your community – a topic that CSCCE is uniquely positioned to provide training about.
Certified Community Manager
Learners who complete the CSCCE Community Manager Certification Program will receive a distinctive badge with a ribbon showing that they are a CSCCE certified STEM community manager. The first cohort of certification program learners will begin their studies in 2023.
Creating Community Playbooks (PBK)
Learners will leave this workshop-based course with a community playbook that describes how their community operates. We’ll also review different types of playbooks and why they matter, in a variety of STEM contexts.
Nurturing Online Communities (NOC)
Building and nurturing a community in an online environment comes with specific needs and challenges. This course is designed with community managers of scientific communities of practice in mind, and will explore a variety of social science claims about how to support increased engagement, commitment, and constructive behavior in online communities.
Communities of Practice (CoP)
In this theory-based multi-week course you’ll investigate social learning theory, the value of building communities of practice, and how to examine and describe your own CoP project.