Some ideas for Webmaker from the Web Literacy Map 2.0 interviews

Over the past few weeks I’ve been interviewing stakeholders and community members as we begin to plan a Web Literacy Map v2.0. I wrote a post earlier this week outlining 21 themes emerging from that data.

Bird flying

The Web Literacy Map itself is a list of skills and competencies that’s currently well-integrated with webmaker.org. As this can make it difficult to consider it in isolation, I encouraged interviewees to talk about both the Web Literacy Map and the things we’ve built on top of it.

There were lots of suggestions and, in the main, people were very positive about both the Web Literacy Map and the Webmaker site (including the tools). To help make sense of the feedback relating to things built on top of the map, I’ve organised suggestions using the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) technique.

Strengths #

Weaknesses #

Opportunities #

Threats #


I also asked interviewees who we should be reaching out to in order to promote the adoption of an updated version of the Web Literacy Map:


Questions? Comments? I’m @dajbelshaw or you can email me: [doug@mozillafoundation.org](doug@mozillafoundation.org)

 
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