Check out these draft Web Literacy alignment resources

Now that the Web Literacy Map is nearing some kind of maturity (at least at the competency level), it’s time to start thinking about how people can get started using it. To that end, we’ve started working on a wiki-based alignment resource coupled with a printable ‘canvas’.

Idea!

These versions are for testing. If you’re interested in using the Web Literacy Map, and don’t mind using resources that are likely to change regularly, then this is for you.

The best way to give feedback is to use the etherpad below.

https://etherpad.mozilla.org/weblit-alignment-feedback

The resources are designed to be used together, so it would be great if you could give them a try (actually read/use them) before commenting. :-)


Questions? Comments? Try contacting me via Twitter (@dajbelshaw) or Google+ (+DougBelshaw)

 
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