Gigabit Community Fund
Next-generation networks with the power to transform learning.
What is Mozilla Gigabit?
Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund provides catalytic funding in US communities to support pilot tests of gigabit technology and related curricula. We increase the participation in next-generation innovation to help support an Internet where all people are empowered, safe, and independent.
The Gigabit Approach
Our approach to taking gigabit discoveries out of the lab and into the field is threefold:
Fund and Support
We support the development of gigabit applications and associated curricula through the Gigabit Community Fund. Grants support pilots that take gigabit technologies out of the lab and into learning spaces in select cities across the United States.
Innovate and Spread
We catalyze the creation, adoption, and spread of these innovations through Hive Learning Networks. Hives are a local network of teachers, informal educators, technologists, and community members working together to advance the promise of the web for learning.
Scale and Grow
We leverage Mozilla’s national networks to share these successes across Hive cities, other gigabit cities, and beyond. Our open innovation practices facilitate the adoption of gigabit technologies by diverse new communities of users.
Where are Mozilla Gigabit Cities
Get in touch with your local Gigabit Hive community
Expanding the Gigabit Community Fund
In partnership with the National Science Foundation and US Ignite, we're expanding the Gigabit Community Fund to two additional gigabit cities by 2018. Click below to submit your city.
Throughout the weekend of September 9-11, mentors from across Mozilla’s extended network met at Hive Chattanooga to help local educators and entrepreneurs prototype the future of civic and educational technology in the Gig City.Continue readingSee all blog posts
Local students are learning how to build their own air synthesizer by using Python coding languages and a Raspberry Pi. The resulting technology, Stage Genies, will be showcased by the Chattanooga Ballet at an event in downtown Chattanooga.Continue readingSee all projects
Gigabit Project Portfolio
Learn more about projects that are transforming education through gigabit technology.
Find a Project
Lead Org: Adagio
The brainchild of Gig City Production‘s Jonathan Susman, Adagio is a cloud-based remote audio mixing tool co-developed with UTC Computer Science Professor Craig Tannis and several of his graduate stud [...]
Lead Org: Bonner Springs Fire Department
The Bonner Springs Fire Department led this project to develop a specialized training system that equips first response trainees with heads-up displays (currently Google Glass) to share live video and [...]
Lead Org: Genesee Intermediate School District
The proposed pilot provides a new platform for cyber learning, biology research, and citizen science across cities, schools, and science centers. This iniatitive is a cross-city collaboration building [...]
Lead Org: GeonCode
Viditor is an open-source, collaborative video editor, leveraging gigabit speed to allow multiple users to create and edit projects in real time and from any device with a modern browser. It was the [...]
Science classes from the Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences partnered with Hixson High School to build a real-time water quality monitoring network, using big data to effect environmental ch [...]
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