Posts from February, 2016

Introducing New Ways to Connect with Mozilla Learning

Kristina Gorr

In 2016, we aim to strengthen the relationships we have with our community, bringing not only our support and open/free resources, but also creating spaces to connect people across the globe and sharing stories, experiences and a diversity of voices … Continue reading

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Gigabit VR: Putting the World into Our Kids’ Hands

Lindsey Frost

As part of our new application cycle, we’re exploring four areas in which we think next-generation networks could have a big impact on learning: virtual reality, video, big data, and connected devices. Contemplating a Gigabit Community Fund application but don’t … Continue reading

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Let’s Continue to Imagine the Future of Education in Kansas City

Janice Wait

Mozilla is excited to be back in Kansas City and even more excited to continue our work with inspiring local educators, innovators and technologists to leverage technology as a force for good in learning spaces. We will continue to support … Continue reading

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Web Literacy Skills For Library Staff Project Kick-Off

An-Me Chung

On January 20, 2016, we kicked off a new project, Web Literacy Skills for Library Staff in collaboration with University of Washington, Technology and Social Change Group and funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Project goals … Continue reading

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