Soliciting feedback on v1.1 of the Web Literacy Map

The Web Literacy Map constitutes the skills and competencies that Mozilla and its community of stakeholders believe to be necessary to read, write and participate effectively on the web.

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The Web Literacy Map currently stands at v1.1 but as I blogged recently, a lot has happened since we launched the first version at MozFest last year! That’s why we’re planning to update it to v2.0 by early January 2015.

I’ll be connecting with key people over the coming weeks to ask for a half-hour (recorded) conversation which will then be shared with the community. In the meantime we’d appreciate your feedback. Here’s what Atul Varma had to say:

So I feel like the weblit map is cool as it is, but as has been discussed previously, there are a number of areas that are important but cross-cut through existing competencies, rather than necessarily constituting their own competencies by themselves… what if we created a set of lenses through which the competencies could be viewed?

There’s a couple of ways you can give your feedback:

Leaving your name means we can follow up with questions if necessary (for clarification, etc.) I look forward to hearing what you have to say! All opinions are welcome. Pull no punches. :-)


Questions? I’m @dajbelshaw on Twitter or you can email me: doug@mozillafoundation.org

 
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