How can remixing help us learn? And how do we apply Connected Learning principles to make teaching and mentoring more active, relevant and social? That was the focus of week two of our open online course, Teach the Web. Special thanks … Continue reading
Posts from May, 2013
What’s in store for Collusion 1.0? This demo from Lead Developer Dethe Elza provides a sneak peek at the exciting new features the project will release in June.
Mozilla’s Executive Director Mark Surman took Webmaker to the White House on April 22 to help kick off Maker Party 2013. Photos or it didn’t happen, right?
Fantastic video introduction from #teachtheweb — by Amy Burvall from our new open online course for educators and mentors. In addition to illustrating the storytelling power of Popcorn, makes you want to move to Hawaii. Also check out Amy’s hilarious … Continue reading
This was previously post on Hive NYC by Kathryn Meisner, Director of Hive Toronto. In last week’s inaugural #teachtheweb Twitter chat about making and learning, participant Chad Sansing succinctly outlined key ways we can learn from making: “design, iteration, documentation, … Continue reading
This week’s #teachtheweb open course project: find a peer’s project or make and remix it. http://tinyurl.com/d8tv392 More: http://tinyurl.com/c9x4x5y Maker Party 2013. Join @Mozilla for a global #MakerParty from June 15 – Sept 15. Make, learn and #teachtheweb together. https://webmaker.org/party/ Web … Continue reading
Money-making As a non-profit, Mozilla has access to four types of revenue: grants, gifts, donations, and earned income. Our earned income streams come through Firefox, which leaves the other three – grants, gifts, and donations – to be driven by … Continue reading
“Geeky grandmas.” Middle-school teachers. Novelists. Programmers who have never taught anyone before. Science museum managers. Former girl scout hacker sailing enthusiasts. Secret superheroes in the “Librarian Justice League.” That’s a small cross-section of the 2300 participants who signed up to participate … Continue reading
This post from “Teach the Web” course participant Sasha Neri is a beautiful reflection on where making, everyday creativity and digital making meet. “I’m not much of a maker in the third dimension. Sure, I’ve toyed with some things. I’ve … Continue reading
Understanding a DDoS attack with Pong — Vice Magazine’s Motherboard helps you visualize a denial of service attack works. Interesting visual analogies of how the web works. new Art, Copy & Code film— great example of “web-made movies” / “web-native … Continue reading