Toward the Development of a Web Literacy Map: Exploring, Building, and Connecting Online

Toward the Development of a Web Literacy Map: Exploring, Building, and Connecting Online

At the 2014 meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Doug Belshaw was invited to speak and present the current work on the Mozilla Web Literacy Map. Doug Belshaw is the Web Literacy Lead from Mozilla.

In this invited session, we also invited four experts in the field to present prepared remarks in response to Doug’s materials. Responses were provided by Richard Beach, University of Minnesota; Amy Stornaiuolo, Penn Graduate School of Education; Bridget Dalton, University of Colorado Boulder; and Colin Harrison, University of Nottingham.

Included below are video recordings of the presentations captured after the original session. The purpose of sharing this content is to document and archive the ideas presented in the session.

Toward the Development of a Web Literacy Map: Exploring, Building, and Connecting Online – Doug Belshaw

Slides & transcript
Mozilla wiki

 

Web Literacy Map Version 1.1 Response – Richard Beach


Transcript

 

Web Literacy Map Version 1.1 Response – Amy Stornaiuolo

Blog post and transcript

 

Multimodal Composers at Work: Implications for a Web Literacy Map – Bridget Dalton

 

The Web Literacy Map: I know where you’ve been; I know where you’re going – Colin Harrison

 

 

Image CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Xavier Zaldua

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