Submit your proposals today for MozFest 2016: Demystify the Web! The conference, which will take place in October at Ravensbourne College in London, will focus on tackling the challenges of digital inclusion, web literacy, online privacy and security, open innovation, and decentralization. Proposals are due by August 1st!
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The biggest party of the year is right around the corner! In 2014, Maker Party brought together almost 130,000 people who hosted more than 2,500 hands-on, community-run events across 86 countries. And they built some 44,000 projects — fun, funky, and useful apps, web pages, and games that made the Web a more exciting place. […]
Do you know who has access to your private data? When so much of our personal information is available online, it is difficult to know what is ours, what are the threats, and how we can stay in control of our personal data. Join Mozilla Webmaker on Data Privacy Day for a #TeachTheWeb webinar and chat. January 28th at 12:00 p.m. PST/ 3:00 p.m. EST.
For the second year in a row, Webmaker and Hive Learning Networks, both Educator Innovator partners, will be participating in the largest learning event in history–the Hour of Code, running from Dec. 8-14, 2014. Code.org launched this global campaign in 2013, to align with Computer Science Education Week, and to demystify code and show that anyone can learn […]
Take The Lights On Afterschool Webmaker Challenge! Two Educator Innovator partners – the Mozilla Foundation and the Afterschool Alliance – are teaming up to celebrate afterschool programs this October by creating the Lights On Afterschool Webmaker Challenge. On October 23, more than 1 million people around the country will take part in the 15th annual Lights On Afterschool, […]
Summer is a wakeful and wily tinkerer’s tale about freedom and justice – it’s told with light and scribbled in a notebook hacked with stars. Or at least that’s the way it seems to me after working with all sorts of teachers and learners engaged in the Summer to Make Play and Connect. I came […]
Net Neutrality, the principle that all online content or data, regardless of who creates it or receives it, should be given equal footing by Internet Service Providers – which was a founding principle of the Internet – is currently under threat by a recent court ruling. As a result of that ruling, policymakers are considering […]
This post originally appeared on the Mozilla Webmaker blog At the heart of the Maker Party campaign, Webmaker tools/resources, and Hive Learning Network is the Web Literacy Map, which outlines what we at the Mozilla Foundation think are the important skills and competencies needed to be literate on the web. Each web literacy competency has a dedicated […]
The Mozilla Foundation launches a worldwide celebration of web literacy this week, bringing tens of thousands of digital enthusiasts together for ‘Maker Parties’ that place internet learning and making at the center of 21st-century citizenship. Focused on the use of Webmaker tools, Maker Parties include young people as well as adult educators, all with the […]
By Laura Hilliger, Mozilla Foundation Training and Curriculum Lead Mozilla’s Webmaker Training is all about connection. It is about connecting with other people who are passionate about spreading digital and web literacies. It is the interaction with the people around you that will make this a successful learning experience. Webmaker Training is meant to be […]