e-learning Archive

Updates from the edge

Last week I was off work at a family event, and I was disappointed because I thought that maybe I wasn’t getting the rest I needed from a week off of work. Apparently, social stress and work stress are different. This week when I feel like I’ve been extremely productive and managed to make a [&hellip

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:For Librarians

The four modules of Webmaker Training are somewhat non-specific. They are mainly designed to be an on-ramp for people who don’t have much experience with trying to #TeachTheWeb or people who are new to our community and the idea of Connected Learning. The four modules are the basics of what we as a community care [&hellip

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This Week in Webmaker Training: Building

Last week, we launched a new online learning experience, Webmaker Training, and you can see how that first week went here. This week in Webmaker Training we concentrated on building open educational resources. We used the Webmaker Teaching Kits to document activity ideas and learning objectives for teaching the skills and competencies on the Web [&hellip

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#teachtheweb: so you want to run a cMOOC

The #teachtheweb experience was about gathering people together to learn and share and collaborate. It was about people who care about the web and web literacy and working together to find ways to spread skills to learners. This post is a reflection on the meta structures and processes that created the experience. It’s also only mildly [&hellip

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Planning, Running, Visualizing #teachtheweb

Week 3 of #teachtheweb is right around the corner, and I thought it might be nice to do a quick shareout of the planning and running of the MOOC. Kudos! Before I say another word, I have to give my partner in crime a gigantic love bomb. The word “collaboration” only begins to describe the [&hellip

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3.2 Appendix

3.2.1 Granularized Learning Objectives for Introduction to Web Native Filmmaking These learning objectives were created in collaboration with Michelle Levesque and other Mozilla Foundation staff. They begin to define specific learning objectives needed to reach the meta-definitions of the first three Web Literacy categories as defined in Chapter 1.6.1. This list is currently under review. [&hellip

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2.4 Evaluation Methodology

2.4.1 Introduction As mentioned in Chapter 2.2.4, content creators (Mozilla) and pilot audiences (formal and informal educators) work together to create interest-based curriculum while the target audience improves their own web literacy skills. Because the curriculum and activities are modularized and co-designed, the evaluation of the content used in learning situations is ongoing. The various [&hellip

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