Dear Wikimedia Community,
Please find our research on how Wikimedia projects contribute to digital,
information and data literacy skill development here:
We mapped the current digital literacy frameworks and developed module
structures for Wikimedia at basic, intermediate and advanced levels. We
identified potential stakeholders and ways for collaborations at these
levels. We proposed the development of a global digital literacy framework
that corresponds with the Movement Strategy direction.
Although it has a UK context, we believe that other chapters and user
groups can benefit from this research.
You can use it for:
- developing a framework that is relevant for you locally
- providing a background for negotiations with policy-makers and
educational institutions in your country
- building educational modules and inspiring collaborations
- generating interest and debate in the movement to feed the Movement
We are looking forward to your comments and suggestions. Please do not
hesitate to contact us with questions.
With best regards,
*Agnes Bruszik - *Programme Evaluation Assistant
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