Tag Archive for Open source

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Open is an attitude

This past week I spent three days hanging out with the activists and thinkers who attended the Open Campaigns Camp. Participants included loads of folks from Greenpeace, but also other activist organizations like 350.org, 38 Degrees, Change.org, Witness and more. I could write two reflection posts – a happy-go-lucky one about how I’m eager to share resources that can help… Read more →

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This Week in Webmaker Training: Exploring

Over at Webmaker Training we’re working together to learn how to #TeachTheWeb. On Monday, May 12th, we launched the first course on Exploring the methodologies behind Webmaker – including Making as Learning, Connected Learning and the Open Web. This is how YOU can participate: Here’s how others are participating I strongly encourage you to go check it out. Here’s some… Read more →

Webmaker: An Open Educational Ecosystem (OEE)

Often it’s difficult to get contributions to open projects because some people aren’t quite sure what contribution means or how to go about doing it. Other folks don’t know what “Open” means, and thus they don’t know they can contribute at all. Perhaps it’s the nomenclature of “Open” that confuses people. Perhaps it’s just an “Open” marketing problem. In any… Read more →

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the Mentor Community Says…

Last month a group of us at Mozilla scheduled a series of interviews with people in the Webmaker community who are engaging on the level of what we call “mentors”. These are the people that are actively participating in spreading the Movement. People who are running webmaking events, trying out ideas, giving feedback and making as they learn. And learning… Read more →

A Hivesque Network of Educators

This past week Doug and I attended the European Children’s Universities Network‘s conference (co-hosted with SIS Catalyst) #Technucation. Children’s universities, museums, YMCAs and other youth focused groups and organizations make up the very Hivesque EUCU network. This is a network of over a hundred different organizations all over the world. It’s called the European Children’s Universities Network, but I met… Read more →