This week I’ve been:
- Taking PTO (Paid Time Off or ‘holiday’ as we call it over here). I took Monday off work as it was the first day of the half-term holidays. We went to Belsay.
- Writing the first draft of a vision document for Mozilla’s Web Literacy standard work.
- Leading an #etmooc session. I blogged about T3S1: Digital Literacies with Dr. Doug Belshaw (#etmooc) and linked to the recording.
- Responding to comments on my DMLcentral blog post Why We Need a Learning Standard for Web Literacy
- Advising how to make your blog posts last forever in the wake of Posterous announcing it’s closing down.
- Planning more activity around the Web Literacy standard work I’m leading for Mozilla
- Celebrating being granted planning permission for the ‘shoffice’ we’re going to build at the bottom of the garden.
- Travelling to London for a couple of days’ work (Thursday/Friday).
- Speaking at the University of West London about Open Badges. The lecture theatre was packed (standing-room only!) with over 90% students. Slides here.
- Contributing to the repeated Web Literacy standard kick-off online gathering. You can access the recording via the Mozilla wiki page.
- Posting to the Mozilla Webmaker Google Group.
- Planning a presentation and creating a video for the SXSWedu session that Kate Stokes (Nesta) and I are running.
- Booking flights for the next Mozilla All Hands in Toronto (week beginning 20th May)
Next week it’s nose to the grindstone. I’m at home all week spending a couple of days helping judge the Mozilla Game On competition and planning the start of the Web Literacy standard weekly calls. However, as I’m at SXSWedu (Austin, Texas) and then the DML Conference (Chicago) with only a few days inbetween, I need to get planning! Not only do I need to have the whole ‘arc’ in place for the Web Literacy standard work before DML, I also need to start getting ready for my OER13 keynote and the Nesta One Day Digital (Edinburgh) session that are coming up before the end of March. 🙂
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