Special topic meeting to work on GSWG Learning Pathways.
Agenda Items and Notes (including all relevant links)
Welcome & antitrust notice
Introduction of new members
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John Kirby, Product Manager for the IBM Digital Credentials Platform
Been involved in the space for several years
Started with IBM Learning Credentials
Several implementations in the US and Canada, including for COVID-19 credentials
In client interactions, governance has not been a primary consideration, but now it is coming up more
Interested in building up the tooling and methodologies
Review of action items from previous meeting
ACTION: Chairs will work with Carly Huitemaand Judith Fleenorto establish a Learning Pathways Task Force for GSWG that can be coordinated with the EFWG.
News or events of interest to Governance Stack WG members:
Drummond explained that he gave a talk on digital identity wallets to the Mobey Forum on Tuesday morning that was very well received. Of course he referenced (and recommended) ToIP, and he was delighted that the speaker following him, Timo Hotti of OP Bank in Finland, spent half of his presentation explaining and recommending use of the ToIP stack for interoperable communications between digital identity wallets/agents for all kind of workflows.
Drummond also explained that there is a huge new focus on the EU eIDAS 2.0 digital identity framework, the draft of it which was announced yesterday. It took 45 minutes in the Technology Architecture TF NA/EU meeting just to discuss first takes on it this morning—see the notes of that meeting here.
Carly begin our working session on GSWG Learning Pathways. She shared this Google doc with information about how to construct learning pathways.
She explained some of the ways that learning pathways can be constructed.
She reinforced that they are definitely designed to be audience-specific.
BLOGs, will eventually be down in the history of ToIP posts. But on a learning pathway, the most important points will always be available.
YES: Different Audiences!!! So perhaps pick an audience you are writing for for the first one.
I might suggest: Creating a master path way, with the content that is relevant to all. And then audience/topic specific objects (in learning development, they are called "learning objects").
The languaging for different audiences can also change (because they use different vocabularies).
Carly used the analogy of creating "oil drops" that can be parts of a pathway.
We discussed a progression from Google docs to the Confluence wiki.
We will create a Google Drive folder under the Ecosystem Foundry WG shared drive for that purpose.
However we agreed that we as soon as we had a home page ready, we could move to the Confluence wiki since it does not yet have much "outsider" traffic (in fact it's hard to find from the ToIP website).
Then we will continue building out new learning pathways on the Confluence wiki.
DECISION: We will create the initial learning pathways on the Confluence wiki.