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From: Andrew Cooper <apcooper@live.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 13:45:08 +0000
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Would I be able to join the Curriculum Project as a Contributor?

My first question is: Will the curriculum consist exclusively of W3C standards or will it also contain courses / modules / learning material about other standards and other subjects that are directly related to Web design and development? ES / JavaScript, Web Design Fundamentals, UX Design, Online Marketing, eCommerce, etc. I would assume it would just be W3C standards, but just asking for confirmation really.

I know that Chris Mills worked on the WaSP InterACT Curriculum so would the W3C Web Standards Curriculum be similar in some way to the structure of the WaSP Interact Curriculum? Internet Foundations / Fundamentals, Front-End Development (Which should encompass not only HTML and CSS but also JS), Design (Graphic design for the Web, UX design, UI design, etc.), Back-End Development (PHP, MySQL, ASP.NET, Ruby on Rails, etc. Although I take it the W3C Web Standards Curriculum wouldn't take on Back-End Web Development?), and Professional Practice...? Or would it be much different or somewhat different?

What's the current plan for the curriculum as a whole? How will each course / module / unit be split up and what will be placed where? Do we know what technologies / standards / subjects the W3C WSC will cover? 		 	   		  
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