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Orientation for Mozilla Club Leaders

Introduction to Mozilla Clubs for new and existing contributors.

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PLEASE NOTE: If you are running a club specifically for college and university students please do not take this orientation. There is a Campus specific orientation you should take here.

At Mozilla we are cultivating a global network of Web Literacy leaders who are teaching and learning one of the most important skills of our age: the ability to read, write and participate in the digital world.

Mozilla Clubs are small communities of practice where people meet regularly to learn, share, collaborate and create, all around one same objective: developing digital skills.

In these "Train the trainers modules" you will learn more about Mozilla: WHY and HOW we do WHAT we do. Also as a community member you will gain skills around web literacy, teaching, facilitation, leadership, community building and open practices. This will help provide you with the training and support you need to run your own educational events and share your knowledge with others.

Enjoy the journey!


Your Instructor


Julia
Julia
Hello! My name is Julia (@colorwheelz). I've been working in the arts as an educator, printmaker, public engagement artist, illustrator, consultant and designer for 17 years. I am a technology enthusiast, avid cyclist, animal lover and have a passion for collaborative projects. I manage the Mozilla Clubs program at the Mozilla Foundation, which is a global network of community members that share Mozilla’s mission to ensure the Internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all. Here is a sampling of my experiences in this role and beyond.

Class Curriculum


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