Jan 30 demos video. Check out Andrew and Bobby’s presentation starting at 56:00. Great analysis and take-aways on recent efforts like on-boarding, login and more.
What we got done last sprint
What we’re doing this sprint
- Top priorities http://mzl.la/Feb13_P1
- Other priorities http://mzl.la/Feb13_P2
- All http://mzl.la/Feb13_all
This post is a shortened, web page version of the 2015 Mozilla Learning plan we shared back in December. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be blogging and encouraging team and community members to post their reflections and detail on specific pieces of work in 2015 and Q1. Please post your comments and questions here — or get more involved.
Within ten years, there will be five billion citizens of the web.
Mozilla wants all of these people to know what the web can do. What’s possible. We want them to have the agency, skills and know-how they need to unlock the full power of the web. We want them to use the web to make their lives better. We want them to know they are citizens of the web.
Mozilla Learning is a portfolio of products and programs that helps people learn how to read, write and participate in the digital world.
Building on Webmaker, Hive and our fellowship programs, Mozilla Learning is a portfolio of products and programs that help these citizens of the web learn the most important skills of our age: the ability to read, write and participate in the digital world. These programs also help people become mentors and leaders: people committed to teaching others and to shaping the future of the web. Continue reading Mozilla Learning in 2015: our vision and plan