Mapping existing learning activities to the Web Literacy Standard

There’s plenty of learning activities out there that help you get better at reading, writing and participating on the Web. But they’re all in silos. The aim of Mozilla’s Web Literacy Standard is to join these up and provide a map of the territory.

In an attempt to see how much of the Standard is currently covered by both badged and non-badged learning activities, I’ve started a Google spreadsheet:

http://bit.ly/weblitstd-activity-mapping

If you get five minutes and can add just one learning activity that would be awesome. Simple and straightforward instructions on how to do so can be found on the spreadsheet.

You’ll notice that I’ve used the updated version of the competency grid that I blogged about recently.


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