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Thursday, January 26 • 10:10am - 10:30am
Mark Surman, Executive Director & Michelle Levesque, Engineer, Mozilla

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Open, participative and distributed are Mozilla Foundations aims for the future of learning. Learning today happens everywhere, not just in the classroom. But it's often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen outside of schools. Mark Surman and Michelle Levesque will discuss approach's that Mozilla Foundation are taking to meet their objectives to re-invent learning and assessment with digital technologies.

 


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Michelle Levesque

Michelle is currently working with the Mozilla Foundation to create a web literate planet. She plans to teach the world how to become producers (and not just consumers) on the web, so that they can share ideas and express themselves to the rest of the world. Before working at Mozilla, Michelle was a staff engineer at Google, and worked for the Citizen Lab, building tools to study internet censorship. She likes running, strength training... Read More →
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Mark Surman

A community activist and technology executive of 20+ years, Mark currently serves as Executive Director at Mozilla, makers of Firefox and one of the largest social enterprises in the world. At Mozilla, he is focused on using the open technology and ethos of the web to transform fields such as education, journalism and filmmaking. Prior to Mozilla, Mark served as the Director of Telecentre.org, a $26M initiative to connect community technology... Read More →


Thursday January 26, 2012 10:10am - 10:30am
The LWF Theatre National Hall Gallery, Olympia

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