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Steph Troeth

Stephanie Troeth had been an active member of the WaSP since December 2002. Apart from being involved on the steering committee, her contributions variously included WaSP Learn and WaSP Asks W3C.

Recognising that education is an area that strongly needed more work and support, she joined the Education Task Force (eduTF) since its inception in 2005 and became part of its dynamic core team alongside April Siegfried, Holly Koltz and Rob Dickerson. Together, they accomplished interviews, open support via their IRC channel and are working towards helping higher education and colleges define a more standards-oriented curriculum.

From mid-2006 until 2008, she co-led WaSP ILG with Glenda Sims, and established a dynamic, international group of translators and web standards advocates.

Currently, she is working alongside Aarron Walter and a great team on developing WaSP InterAct, a living curriculum based on best web practices. This activity had also led her to be one of the founding members of the Open Web Education Alliance, now an incubator group at the W3C.

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