This month, Mozilla Learning will be exploring topics including youth civic engagement, and how emerging gigabit technology can lead to educational advancement. Details are below. Mozilla Curriculum Workshop – Youth Civic Engagement Tuesday, May 10 at 7am PT/ 10am ET/ … Continue reading
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Calling all web enthusiasts! We want you to save the date for our party of the year. Maker Party is Mozilla’s annual global campaign to teach the web through hands-on learning and making, and we are excited to announce that this … Continue reading
If you are hosting a Maker Party event you can receive t-shirts and stickers and other great Mozilla gear…for free!
At last weekend’s Hive Toronto Popcorn Maker Party for youth, attendees and mentors learned that — with a little creativity and remixing — they were able to use Mozilla Webmaker tools like Popcorn Maker to talk back to the news.
Mozilla has officially kicked off the 2013 Maker Party, a three-month extravaganza of making and sharing online. Events are organized all over the world by Mozilla, our partner organizations and people just like you. Here’s a sample of some fantastic … Continue reading
Mozilla has officially kicked off the 2013 Maker Party! For the next three months, people from around the world are meeting up at great events, making cool stuff together and sharing it all online. Join the party Want to … Continue reading
Greek webmakers help state broadcaster stay on the air Last week, the Greek government abruptly shut down the state broadcaster, ERT, as part of its ongoing austerity drive. While thousands gathered in the streets to support the nearly 2,700 … Continue reading
Global Game Jam! Make games with other game designers, developers and enthusiasts around the world. The Global Game Jam (#ggj13) is happening the weekend of Jan 25-27, spread across more than 300 locations in 63 countries. Mozilla’s Game On Competition … Continue reading
This new debrief and documentation from the 2012 Mozilla Festival lays out the key ingredients, reviews and recommendations. How do you turn dull conferences into festival-style jams packed with more hack / less yak? Michelle Thorne’s full “Aftermath Report” from … Continue reading