Moving the Web Literacy Standard to Webmaker

The original brief for the Web Literacy Standard was always to support and underpin Mozilla’s work around Webmaker. I’m delighted, therefore that before the Mozilla Festival the Standard will be transferred from the Mozilla wiki to webmaker.org.

Web Literacy Standard on staging server

The great thing about moving off the wiki is that the Standard feels more ‘official’. There’s still a way to go, of course, to make it more user-friendly and to get people aligning using Open Badges. But this is a great start!

Remember that Mozilla works in the open so you can see how we’re progressing by following Bug 914343 and Bug 924661.

A big thank you again to the contributors to the Standard. We wouldn’t be at this point without your input!

 
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