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Mozilla kicks off global ‘digital literacy’ program

12
Jul
2014

The Mozilla Foundation is expecting more than 100,000 people to participate in a series of events worldwide over the next two months teaching basic Internet use and other digital skills. The Webmaker events which run through September 15 aim to boost so-called digital literacy skills, including computer coding, designing Web pages, and creation of apps and videos. Digital literacy is as important as reading, writing and math in modern society, Mozilla Foundation executive director Mark Surman told AFP in a telephone interview. The maker parties are mostly locally organized with volunteers, with some technical help from Mozilla.

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