Web Literacy Standard RFC release

Web Literacy Standard RFC

As project lead, I’m delighted to announce that Mozilla launched the latest iteration of our Web Literacy Standard work. It’s a process that has been heavily community-focused and one that I’ve greatly enjoyed. This is now a formal Request For Comments (RFC) following the publication of this announcement on the Mozilla Webmaker blog.

Once you’ve checked out this landing page and explored the resources then please give feedback via this form.

We now have descriptors for each competency and both descriptors and examples for the skills underpinning the competencies. See below for the competency level grid.

Web Literacy Standard RFC release

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About Doug Belshaw

Open Educational Thinkerer. Consultant focusing on #digilit & #openbadges. Previously: @mozilla / @jisc / school senior leader / #historyteacher.

5 comments:

  1. You need a logo (space available bottom left) or a snazzier font for Mozilla. Otherwise, despite the nice use of colour your table will fall into the tldr category

  2. You need a logo (space available bottom left) or a snazzier font for Mozilla. Otherwise, despite the nice use of colour your table will fall into the tldr category

      1. def: Brandeed Going on and on about a Brand that is well past its sell by date particularly affects old rockers

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