i think we crossed wires a bit in the transition from explore to resources. If you look at the section of /explore that will link to curriculum, it actually doesn't have any links: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s230/sh/00be7882-acf6-46d2-8cad-57a44c0c1a4d/4e371c28940bcf106a51a680d9991ccf Additionally, it describes this section as "a cookbook for teaching the web". I think we should avoid this confusing nomenclature and go for a more straightforward approach, ie "Resources for teaching the web", and make reference to the literacies in the explore section. Matt could you take a pass here and then pass of for some quick fixes?
Taking a second look at this, I also think we need to update the headers of this section to communicate the purpose/job of /explore. Whereas we currently say "Teach web skills with Webmaker Explore creative ways to teach digital superpowers" We ought to be expressing that this page gives an overview of our offering,.
Summary: Link to /resources should be more clear from /explore → Update copy on /explore
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Whiteboard: [June13][2014Q2] → [copy] [June13][2014Q2]
Whiteboard: [copy] [June13][2014Q2] → [resources][copy] [June13][2014Q2]
Whiteboard: [resources][copy] [June13][2014Q2] → [explore][resources][copy] [June13][2014Q2]
Created attachment 8440206 [details] Updated copy Matt, could you review the copy and Kate make sure this is the correct process for editing the text?
Whiteboard: [explore][resources][copy] [June13][2014Q2] → [explore][resources][copy] [June27][2014Q2]
Attachment #8440206 - Flags: review?(matt) → review+
r+ from me on copy -- looks good
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Attachment #8440206 - Flags: feedback?(kate) → feedback+
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