This week I’ve been:
- Taking Monday off. I’ve found taking a few long weekends over the summer (giving me 3-day working weeks) has meant I’ve kept on top of stuff. It also means I keep more PTO/holiday days for later in the year when I really need them.
- Meeting with UNESCO again, this time to talk specifically about the Web Literacy Standard.
- Registering for the Scottish Learning Festival. I believe this will be my fifth year in a row (in four different jobs!)
- Putting together my slides for the eAssessment Scotland conference.
- Attending my first new calls/meetings since moving teams within Mozilla.
- Meeting with various people interested in getting involved with Open Badges and/or the Web Literacy Standard.
- Contributing to the Open Badges Community and Badge System Design community calls.
- Clarifying (in my mind) the difference between Open Badges as credentials, rather than ‘qualifications’.
- Meeting with Chris Lawrence to thrash out the first 100 days in my new role.
- Travelling up to Dundee to present at eAssessment Scotland as part of MyKnowledgeMap‘s Open Badges session. My slides and an interview with Karen Strickland and me can be found in my write-up of the conference.
Next week I’ll be observing the Summer Bank Holiday – except for 4-5pm when I’ll be hosting the Web Literacy Standard community call. Other than that, it’s a pretty quiet week just getting ready for normality when everyone goes back to school in September!