Hi IMLS Pilots,
Please see below for summarized highlights from the IMLS Mozilla Pilots November Community Call.
For more detailed share-outs from pilots and detailed notes, please refer to the IMLS Web Literacy Pilot Community Call etherpad - https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/WebLit_IMLS_Community_Calls
Updates from Mozilla-- curriculum, badges, tips, templates, blog posts, etc.
Curriculum: Lesson Plans are consistent and remixable: https://thimbleprojects.org/chadsansing/125881/
Activities have been rewritten to be more accessible in a workshop setting
Mozilla is hoping to have the link updated in the first half of 2017.
How-to guide to earn and issue badges: http://bit.ly/2g6ZVYd
Pilots were requested to decide badge issuers from their sites, and have those folks create webmaker accounts
Pilots who have not done a demo of the badges earning and issuing walkthrough were encouraged to reach out to Iris and set up a 1-1.
Pilot Report Outs
Pilots reported out on successes, challenges, and something Mozilla or the pilot community could do to support their work. (For share-outs, please refer to the IMLS Web Literacy Pilot Community Call etherpad - https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/WebLit_IMLS_Community_Calls)
Potential next steps of project
Iris discussed the Web literacy leadership program as a potential extension of leading this work and said the next community call would be used to discuss continuations of this project further.
Matt Kopel suggested that Mozilla provide a checklist of peripheral questions that pilots should think about to help structure thinking for January (as skipping December community call). Mozilla will be preparing a checklist and sending to folks.