A huge hurdle we face when sharing technical skills with students in workshops like Software Carpentry is motivating the tools and techniques we want our students to learn about. Sure, they come to us jazzed to learn about scientific computing … Continue reading
Posts from October, 2014
The new Science Lab team wrapped its first Mozilla Festival this past weekend in London; many thanks to all our facilitators who ran a huge constellation of sessions, and to everyone who participated – the Science Lab can lay down … Continue reading
We arrived as individuals, we left as a community. More than 1,600 educators, community-builders, technologists and creators met in London from October 24-26, 2014 for MozFest, a collaborative festival dedicated to innovating for the open web. Over the course of … Continue reading
MozFest 2014 Closing Keynotes Speakers at Sunday morning’s closing keynote session: Filmmaker and education activist Baroness Beeban Kidron Mozilla Chairwoman Mitchell Baker’s Dan Sinker and Erika Owens from Knight-Mozilla OpenNews Dave Steer from Mozilla Advocacy
MozFest 2014 Community Lightning Talks Speakers: Chris Locke Jan Chipchase Laura de Reynal Vineel Pindi Aubrey Anderson Jon Rodgers Avinash Kumar Emma Irwin Leah Gilliam
Photos from Maker Party! Energy was high at MozFest when more than 300 children & youth filled the ground floor of Ravensbourne for a giant Maker Party. Robots, Playdough, Raspberry Pi’s…oh my!
MozFest 2014: Photos from Saturday’s keynotes, sessions & workshops
Science Fair evening reception The MozFest 2014 Science Fair was an energy-filled collection of innovative prototypes, ideas, hacks and collaborations. See all the photos here. A huge thank you to Paul Clarke and Tracy Howl for helping us with photography!