Thanks for bringing this up.
We have actually talked with Asaf and Sati about possible ways in which
the CCD initiative could inform toolkit development, in order to make sure
to keep them relevant, specially for emerging communities. One of the
things we want to do is user testing of the current toolkits, and also
develop new ones, based on what emerges as a high demand.
It is important, though, to give CCD initiative time, and room to generate
consensus around what are high demand capacities. We can certainly link to
the CCD initiative from the L&E portal.
The workshop kits that Rosemary is referring to are resources to be able to
host L&E workshops anywhere in the Wikimedia movement. You can see the
draft on my Sandbox
This addresses the need for extending training across the movement, without
this being dependent only on L&E staff. Once we have them published, we can
see how we could incorporate them to the CCD pages, as they also serve to
Let me know if you have further questions or comments, or other ideas that
came up, happy to hear them!
*María Cruz * \\ Communications and Outreach Coordinator, L&E Team \\
mcruz(a)wikimedia.org | : @marianarra_ <https://twitter.com/marianarra_>
On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 4:55 AM, Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
In my travels in the L&E workshop pages, I
can't recall seeing a reference
from the toolkits to the CCD initiative pages, and I am hoping to see links
from CCD pages to the toolkits as the latter are built out.
I have encouraged L&E to design toolkits with new or emerging communities
in mind, and my understanding is that they agree that this is something
that can use further development in the toolkits. Rosemary, could you talk
a little about the plans for this, such as when we might see toolkits with
sets of information that are geared for small communities?
On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 12:32 AM, Asaf Bartov <abartov(a)wikimedia.org>
I'm glad you like it.
What about the project pages made you conclude it's not already
interfacing with L&E? Have you noticed the Resources sections, in
On Sep 3, 2015 12:21 AM, "Pine W" <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> In general I'm glad to see this project moving forward. I would
project to interface with the ongoing work in L&E about toolkits, as
well as the Learning Patterns Library.
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