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Towards a Web Literacy standard

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More here: http://mzl.la/weblitstd

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  • 1. Web Literacy Towards an open learning standard for web literacy#weblitstd
  • 2. AGENDA• Introduction and Stage Setting (Erin)• What We’ve Done So Far (Doug)• Web Literacy + Badges (Carla)• Roadmap (Erin)• How You Can Get Involved (Erin)
  • 3. INTRODUCTION & STAGE-SETTING
  • 4. LET’S DO IT TOGETHER.
  • 5. WHY A WEB LITERACY STANDARD?• To talk the talk and walk the walk• To ensure we’re teaching the right things• To connect similar projects and efforts• To create a web literate planet - multiply scale and impact
  • 6. WHAT IS A STANDARD?Simple: a set of rules for ensuring qualityLonger: a document established by consensus andapproved by a recognized body that provides forcommon and repeated use, rules, guidelines orcharacteristics for activities or their results, aimed atthe achievement of the optimum degree of order ina given contexthttp://www.etsi.org/standards/what-are-standards
  • 7. WHAT WILL THE STANDARD INCLUDE?• Definitions• Outcomes / Rubrics• Eventually: Assessments and APIs• What Else?
  • 8. WHAT HAVE WE DONE SO FAR?
  • 9. HOW THE MOZILLA WORK STARTEDIn early 2012, we talked to a bunch of smart peopleand found 5 common themes for web literacy:• Exploring• Authoring• Connecting• Building• Protecting
  • 10. BUILDING AND ITERATINGOver the rest of 2012, we talked to more smartpeople and landed on 4 categories:• Exploring• Creating• Connecting• Protecting
  • 11. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
  • 12. ---- -- ------ ------ E S S ----- G R -- --- P R O -------- I N ---- -- R K ------ W O ---- ---- -- -- -- --
  • 13. SKILLS > COMPETENCIES > LITERACIES
  • 14. AN EXAMPLE (SKILLS > COMPETENCY) Hyperlinker Editorr Image Maker HTML Basic A-Lister Div Master
  • 15. AN EXAMPLE(COMPETENCIES > LITERACY)Competencies ‘Creating’ badge Projects, Portfolio
  • 16. WEB LITERACY + BADGES
  • 17. WEB LITERACY BADGES• Web Literacy is the foundation for Mozillas Web Literacy badges.• Web Literacy badges are Mozillas implementation of Open Badges, a new form of capturing, signaling and credentialing achievement.
  • 18. badges.webmaker.org
  • 19. THE FUTURE• Web Literacy badges for each of the competencies and skills• Assessment widget library with associated badges• APIs to pull into your site
  • 20. ROADMAP
  • 21. ROADMAPQ1: Kick Off, Events / ConversationsQ2: Standards Launch, Initial AlignmentQ3: Initial Assessments and APIsQ4: Full Badge System with Assessments
  • 22. HOW TO GET INVOLVED
  • 23. WEEKLY CALLSFirst weekly call happening next Thursday at 8amPST / 1pm ET / 4pm GMTConnection details will be available via the wiki pageand Webmaker list:Mozilla Webmaker group: http://bit.ly/WebmakerListMozilla Wiki page: http://mzl.la/weblitstd
  • 24. Let’s do it together.
  • 25. HOW TO GET INVOLVED• Join the mailing list• Give us your feedback and thoughts• Participate in meetings to come to consensus• Align with the standard!
  • 26. QUESTIONS?Feedback? Images CC paul_clarke & mozillaeu