|Coordenação de mesa||
|Macrotema||Educação e Inclusão Digital|
fisl5 - 41D
|Publico Alvo||computer science students, computer science professors, educators, IT professionals, open source programmers, policy makers|
How do we deliver on the vision of an open and participatory web? Education is absolutely critical to making this a reality. The Mozilla Education initiative aims to bring together educators, students and developers to create the content and learning opporunities to make this happen. Surman's talk will provide an overview of this initiative and call for community feedback on how to improve it and get people involved.
Mark Surman is in the business of connecting things: people, ideas, everything. A community technology activist for almost 20 years, Mark is currently the executive director of the Mozilla Foundation, with a focus on inventing new ways to promote openness and opportunity on the Internet. On the side, Mark convenes conversations about ‘open everything‘ in his home town of Toronto and around the world.