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このページは MDN の Learn の章における翻訳作業を追跡するものです。
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As an example, you can be inspired by the "Understanding URLs and their structure" article. See the Writing priorities section to know what is needed.
A TextBook article always need to be linked to some Active Learning materials. Those are projects, exercises, interactive code samples or everything that allows the reader to interact with a topic details into a TextBook. Such learning material is as important as any TextBook.
To create such Active Learning material, you are free to use any tools you wish. Nonetheless we strongly encourage you to use the WebMaker tools (especially Thimble) to do so as it provides various features very helpful for beginners and allows anyone to remix any content to learn from.
We also call them "learning tutorials". A learning pathways, explain how to complete a task and will link to all the necessary TextBook articles. As it is a pathways, it will also tell in which order the various TextBook need to be read to be able to complete the task. This is the backbone of the Learning Area as it provides guidance on what to learn first to do something.
Our glossary is one of the key element for the Learning Area, see its dedicated doc status page for details on how to contribute.
Tagging is very important on the Learning Area. We should not have pages without tags. At minimum, a page in the Learning Area should have two tags:
Making editorial and technical review is also important. Remember that it's more important to be understood than to be technically perfect.
Want to do more? Great, any one who wants to get involved with this project is welcome. Everything is discussed directly on MDN discussion forum.
The overall goals of the project are:
- Improve the discoverability of beginner contents: We have some existing contents but it is pretty hard to find. We need to organize it in a better way for beginners.
- Improve the quantity of beginner contents: While writing we mainly focus on average and advanced users. As a consequence, we lack some serious beginner oriented contents. We need to write those missing contents and organize them with the existing contents to make easier for everybody to access and contribute to them.
- Improve the quality of beginner contents: Still, we have some existing content for beginners but we need to organize it, complete it and make it more appealing.
- Make sure beginners are taught well during their journey to the Web: MDN is not the only resource out there to learn the Web. Beyond our own contents, it's part of the Mozilla mission to help discover and found useful good resources to learn about the web.
In order to get some rational measurement about the success of our actions, the following metrics are suggested:
- Measure the increase number of unique visitors on beginner contents:
That would be a good sign that our beginner contents is easier to reach. For 2015, we expect to get 580 000 unique visitors to our Learn zone and Glossary by the end of the year.
- Measure the increase number of returning visitors on beginner contents:
That would be a good sign that the beginners content is appealing for them.
- Measure the increase of time per page on the beginners content:
That would be a sign that more beginners read and learn from that content.
- Measure the decrease of bounce rate on the beginners content:
That would be a sign that more beginners read and learn more from content on MDN
- Measure bounce to third party resources we selected:
That would be the sign that more users trust MDN as a reliable source of information regarding third party content.
- Measure the increase of incoming links to MDN beginner contents:
That would be the sign that MDN is considered as a trustable resource for beginners.
In addition, we should try to gather direct feedback on the improvements which are to be made.
Current available metrics are available on WikiMo.
Note: This project is action-driven, not time-driven. This means that we will do what needs to be done to create this content, regardless of how long it takes. However, to avoid being bogged down in this project forever, it is broken down into small, actionable steps which let us measure progress frequently.
- Kick off
- Creating a survey about MDN and third party web sites for beginners
- Gathering initial feedback (We must do things with the webmaker team)
- Spreading the survey (dev-mdc dev-mdn, education, webmaker, engagement-developers, mozillan, reps-general)
- synthesize the survey and the raw feedback
- Spread the survey results: File:Learnin-area-survey-2014.pdf
- Inventory MDN content for beginners, intermediate, and advanced users (considered done even if it will be subject to change)
- Planning meeting with the WebMaker team on May 28/29
- Define how to structure beginner content
- Results of the "Tree of knowledge" workshop during the MDN Work week-end on March 2014
- It will help to tag content with http://goo.gl/vpxkP1 (Webmaker FTW)
- Draft plan is: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/learning-area-structure
- Mock up for a possible Learning Zone landing page: https://moqups.com/JeremiPat/9MbRALc2
- Sort out the results of the code sample survey
- Set up the Documentation status page for the Learning Zone
- Chris Mills awesome work:
- Notes from MozFest 2013: https://teach.etherpad.mozilla.org/scrum7-future?
- WebMaker project info:
- NOTE:This project is a complement to the webmaker initiative, not a competitor. It can be considered as a concrete implementation of some of the webmaker ideas. Due to its nature MDN will focus on the following skills define by the Web Literacy Standard: Web Mechanics, Composing for the Web, Design and Accessibility, Coding/scripting, and Infrastructure.
- Definition of HTML tag by WebMaker: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/simple-mdn
- The Opera Curriculum
- Learning pathway
These web sites are potential sources of inspiration when creating content for new Web developers.
- https://www.khanacademy.org (not web related but good ideas for inspiration)
- Very cool interactive videos (wich use of the full potential of the web platform)