Overview


As organizations and communities across the U.S. scrambled to adapt to the impact of COVID, so did the Ecosystems forCS (E4CS) initiative at CSforALL. With support from Schmidt Futures, E4CS are 10 dynamic communities coming together to ensure all young people have equitable access to high quality CS education.

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CSforALL Summit 2018, Detroit MI

The Need


Gwynn Hughes, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and Laveta Wills-Hale, Arkansas Out of School Network present a summary of the Mo’Time for CS meeting at the CSforALL Summit, October 9, 2018

CSforALL encompasses powerful learning opportunities both in and out of school. To create a shared understanding of computer science (CS) education in the out-of-school time (OST) space and imagine a future for CS in OST, a group of 75 experts including content and program providers, researchers, technologists, policymakers, and funders…


October 8, 2018, CSforALL will host Mo’Time for CS, a national convening to set the stage for integrating computer science education into out-of-school time (OST) as part of the annual CSforALL Summit 2018 in Detroit Michigan. With support from C.S. Mott Foundation, the STEM Next Opportunity Fund, and RBC Capital…


From online banking and keeping up with the news, to accessing real-time patient medical records and keeping in touch with friends, online life is now real life.

Web literacy skills like searching, remixing, and basic cyber-security are necessary for people to understand and take full advantage of all the internet…


With funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the first cohort of Mozilla Web Literacy Leaders met on July 18–19 in Chicago to continue growing their open leadership skills. …


What is the Web Literacy Leaders Program?

Mozilla’s Web Literacy Leaders Program is a six-month, cohort-based program designed to build a cadre of learners, teachers, and leaders who become advocates of an open and healthy internet by teaching others core web literacy skills. …


As part of the Web Literacy Skills for Library Staff project funded by Institute of Museum and Library Services, library pilot sites are remixing Mozilla’s web literacy curriculum and training for library staff and patrons.

Here are a few highlights of what’s been accomplished by some library pilots thus far:


Learning can take place anytime, anywhere, at any pace in a rapidly evolving, networked world. At Mozilla, learning to read, write and participate on the web is the 4th basic fundamental skill next to the three Rs of reading, writing, and arithmetic.

The practice of the learner at the center…

An-Me Chung

Forever a thinker, learner, and optimist.

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