A project to develop and improve knowledge about Mozilla technologies, particularly in the form of educational material that can be distributed and reused in a variety of instructional settings.
Short Term/Long Term Goals
Sec. 1. Mozilla University Roadshow. Develop and present the case for introduction of Mozilla University course materials to the classroom.
Sec. 2. Course Materials. Mozilla University course material will be built around these three items:
- Prose description that teaches
- An example that demonstrates that piece of knowledge
- Questions or pieces of work that demonstrates knowledge of topic
- Recent Mozilla University Events -
- Stanford University Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium - Scott Collins speaks on Mozilla Project Dynamics, 12/4/02
- Tech TV Appearance - Scott Collins and Article by Myk Melez on How to Create a Mozilla Extension
- Planning document - a resource map of:
- useful documents about these to pics
- (currently) empty spaces where we'll be landing coursework.
- Course Overviews - brief, markety descriptions of the courses offered by Mozilla U.
- Presentation Summaries and Outlines - Summaries and outlines for Mozilla's presos at the upcoming Open Source Roadshow
Mozilla University Charter
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF DOT.COMS, That there shall be established in this Territory an Institution, under the name and style of Mozilla University.
Section 1. Audience. The audience for Mozilla University shall primarily be University administrators, University students, and Continuing Education.
Sec. 2. Mission. The object of the University shall be to provide the inhabitants of this Territory with the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various nuances of the Mozilla browser by acting as a "clearing house" of educational material, introducing and improving knowledge about Mozilla technology, and developing educational material that is not readily available elsewhere.
Sec. 3. Governance. The government of this University shall be vested in a Board of twelve superpowers, consisting of the following individuals: Asa Dotzler, Mitchell Baker, Bob Clary, Brendan Eich, Scott Collins, Dawn Endico, Chris Hofmann, Marcia Knous, Myk Melez, Ian Oeschger, Namachivayam Thirumazhusai, and Andrew Wooldridge.