Now that the Web Literacy Map has a new home on webmaker.org we’re using the Mozilla wiki for development work.
On this week’s #TeachTheWeb community call we agreed (after a period of consultation) to go ahead with one of the proposed changes. As you can see from the updated grid above, the ‘Sharing and Collaborating’ competency has been separated out into two distinct competencies.
There were six skills under the previous combined competency. I’ve split these into three for each new competency - as outlined on this wiki page. In addition, I’ve used the old competency descriptor to create two new ones (in italics):
Creating Web resources with others
- Choosing a Web tool to use for a particular contribution/collaboration
- Co-creating Web resources
- Configuring notifications to keep up-to-date with community spaces and interactions
Providing access to Web resources
- Sharing a resource using an appropriate tool and format for the audience
- Tracking changes made to co-created Web resources
- Using synchronous and asynchronous tools to communicate with Web communities, networks and groups
These probably need some work, so input is very welcome!
Note: the proposal to change ‘Design & Accessibility’ to simply ‘Design’ (moving ‘Accessibility’ to a cross-cutting theme) was rejected by a significant number of community members.
Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Tweet @dajbelshaw or email me