Posts Tagged: Mozilla

Help P2PU School of Open go to the Mozilla Festival in October!

This is just a quick note to say that several School of Open community members in collaboration with extended communities from Mozilla, Wikimedia, the Open Knowledge Foundation and more are currently pitching the following sessions for the 2013 Mozilla Festival. Help get them on the Festival schedule by voting up the ones you like (or…

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Reflections on “Badges: Peril or Possibility”

Dave Cormier talking about contours of community assessment.

Yesterday was rich with conversations about badges. Early in the day HASTAC and Mozilla hosted a webinar with Judd Antin, a User Experience Researcher from Facebook, on the Social Psychology of Badges. Later in the evening, I was fortunate to be part of a conversation about assessment hosted by P2PU Community Member Paul Allison for Connected…

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What we did at the School of Open Workshop and Virtual Sprint

There have been a few crickets since the last School of Open blog post, but for good reason as Molly, Piet, and I have been busy planning and putting on two School of Open intensive workshops this week — one virtual, and one grounded entirely in physical reality. I’ll start by giving you a download…

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More progress on the School of Open!

School of Open is moving along nicely. By the end of last week we had: ++ written up a nice purpose/scope/values document; ++ created a set of guidelines for contributing to the School; ++ structured a virtual sprint (happening tomorrow) to build components of the School; ++ tried/failed to make a skills map; ++ created a guide on the CC wiki…

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