Hi everyone. I'm writing from the evaluation team at TASCHA/UW.
Some of you have asked what kind of information the evaluators will need from the pilots. The answer is that there are no specific data points we need collected. Instead, our focus will be on understanding your experience implementing the trainings. Here is a list of the types of information we're most interested in:
- What did you learn about web literacy that you did not know before?
- What was most valuable about the Mozilla web literacy training?
- What gaps are there in the Mozilla web literacy curriculum for use for libraries?
- Where are the gaps in the Mozilla web literacy training? How did your site fill that gap?
- What were the challenges in providing training to others?
- How easy was it to adapt and remix content in order to train others?
- Where are the gaps in training others?
- How does this fit in with various approaches to ongoing professional development in the orgs?
- What kind of support is needed to make the curriculum meaningful and relevant?
- What incentives/motivations work to get different kinds of librarians to be interested in learning web literacy skills?
- What is the interest in earning badges/credentials for web literacy skills? And why?
TASCHA, University of Washington