Support our Web Literacy Standard-related MozFest sessions!

Over and above releasing v1.0 of the Web Literacy Standard at the Mozilla Festival this year there’s also a couple of related session proposals. We’d like your votes!

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1. Choose your own adventure Web Literacy Standards

Tom Salmon

Overview: This session will bring the Web Literacy Standards ‘off the page’ by asking participants to choose a journey to engage with what Mozilla’s Web-literacy Standards are, how they work and why they are there. Participants will be able to select their own pace for learning and select from a number of different tasks. Finally, we will record our discoveries collaboratively, to build a shared map of learning about the Web Literacy Standards at Mozfest.

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2. Prototyping activities to align with the Web Literacy Standard

Doug Belshaw

Overview: In this session we’ll be prototyping learning activities that align with Mozilla’s new Web Literacy Standard (http://mzl.la/weblitstd).

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