[fr] J'ai été approchée récemment par Théo Bondolfi de la fondation Ynternet.org, ce qui a débouché sur un premier mandat ou je sers "d'experte culture internet". Nous finalisons un Quizz eCulture de base (servant d'outil diagnostic avant de suivre un cours) mais voulons nous assurer qu'un tel travail n'a pas déjà été fait ailleurs. Jetez un oeil au document de travail pour le quizz (c'est un peu en chenit, vous êtes prévenus).
A week or so ago I was approached by [Théo Bondolfi](http://www.ynternet.org/move) of the [Ynternet.org foundation](http://www.ynternet.org/). It seems we are doing a lot of work in similar fields, though our worlds and networks are very alien to one another.
I’m still trying to wrap my head around how they work and what our differences in perspective are. Clearly, their involvement in international projects and high-level local politics is something I’m completely unfamiliar with, being more a product of the “startuppy-immersed” online culture myself. It’s also a very francophone world which is making me feel a little like a foreigner 😉
A first small project I am collaborating on with them is the finalisation of an entry-level diagostic quizz on what they call *[eCulture](http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/eCulture)*, for [ycampus](http://ycampus.net/). It’s basically a collection of 15-20 questions for beginners on online behaviours and social protocols allowing an optimal use of online tools.
The reason for this blog post is the following: though what we’re doing seems pretty basic, we haven’t been capable of laying our hands on anything similar already in existence. One would assume that this work has already been done somewhere, right?
Particularly as the time available to complete this project is quite limited, we’d like to make sure we’re not reinventing the wheel, here.
The final quizz will be published under a Free license. I’ve made our [working document](http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=ddcrwvm8_69crjnmmc7) available to the public for reading, so feel free to have a peek if you understand enough French (it’s messy, consider yourself warned).
If you know of anything similar in the works or already published, **please** let me know.
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