Collected from our sprint in the last Mozilla Webmaker community call. Tweet-length ways to get involved or help spread the word this week:
- Maker Party 2013. Join @mozilla and 40+ orgs from June 15 – Sept 15 as we celebrate the awesome things you can make through the Web #makerparty http://mzl.la/party
- Teach the web! Learn to #teachtheweb in 9 weeks. Join our open online course. Go to webmaker.org/teach and sign up for this free and open online course: http://webmaker.org/teach
- Check out Webmaker on Mentor Mob. Create and remix your own learning playlists and collaborative curriculum. http://mzl.la/11n9Jzd
- Hive Toronto. Wrapping up the NASA Youth Space Challenge pop-up with Maker Kids: http://mzl.la/17Zensc
- Web Literacy Standard. We’re soft-launching the draft version of the #weblitstd on April 26th! We’d love your feedback: http://mzl.la/weblitst
- Great post from @Mozilla’s @msurman about where #Webmaker is headed next: http://mzl.la/17ZerIA
- New storytelling templates for Popcorn. Help test these new prototypes — for commentary and analysis, explainers + more: http://mzl.la/11n9Fzx
Prepping for May 15 blastoff. We’re working up to a big public announcement around Mozilla’s upcoming summer campaign. D-day is Tuesday, May 15. The party itself will kick off June 23.
Mozilla’s Summer Code Party: June 23 – Sep 23
- What? MEET up, MAKE something cool and LEARN how the code behind the web works.
- When? June 23 – Sep 23, kicking off with a Global Weekend of Code.
- Where? Anywhere. Your kitchen table. Your office. Your local library.
- Why? We believe everyone should know how to create and code on the web.
- How? Organize a meet-up. Volunteer to teach. Or become a partner.
Host your own Summer Code Party event
More polished event “How Tos” are on the way for May 15. In the mean time: