ANARCHIVE - Digital archives on contemporary art
anarchive is a series of interactive multi-media projects designed to explore an artist's overall oeuvre via diverse archival material.
The project is an historical and critical research which main purpose is to constitute the memory and increase public awareness of some of the most important developments in contemporary art such as performances, works in public places, video works, installations, experiments with technologies. Beyond a mode of preservation, beyond producing important databases about a whole oeuvre, the project aims at stimulating various artists to develop new works through the use of digital techniques.
The Digital Infrastructure Incubator @Code for Science & Society is part of a cohort of grant funding provided by the Ford Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Omidyar Network and the Mozilla Open Source Support Program in collaboration with the Open Collective Foundation. Read more about the cohort and funders here.
Building Laterally: Political Imagination to Support and Sustain Digital Infrastructure is a series of public, virtual events that open conversations inside the Incubator to a larger community. These discussions connect conversations on sustainability, governance, and community health in digital public infrastructure to wider political horizons. Invited panelists draw from their experiences in unionization drives, climate actions, abolition movements, among others. Together these events draw out interdisciplinary resonances and invite participants to make connections to neighborhoods and communities on and off line.
We are a non profit organisation working at the intersection of culture and technology to provide digital solutions for African museums, libraries, archives and communities.
The Open Restitution Project is an Africa-led project seeking to open up access to information on restitution of African material culture and human ancestors, to empower all stakeholders involved to make knowledge-based decisions.
This paper captures the evolution of the Mozilla Web Literacy Map to reach and meet the growing number of diverse audiences using the web. The paper represents the thinking, research findings, and next iteration of the Web Literacy Map that embraces 21st Century Skills (21C Skills) as key to leadership development.
As technology becomes more ubiquitous, and more people come online, Mozilla continues to refine its strategies to support and champion the web as an open and public resource. To help people become good citizens of the web, Mozilla focuses on the following goals: 1) develop more educators, advocates, and community leaders who can leverage and advance the web as an open and public resource, and 2) impact policies and practices to ensure the web remains a healthy open and public resource for all. In order to accomplish this, we need to provide people with open access to the skills and know-how needed to use the web to improve their lives, careers, and organizations.
Explore how to use local or digital libraries and archives more efficiently and take an in-depth look into their possibilities and resources. From newspaper archives to video repositories, reference interviews to sound archives, learn what these knowledge treasures can offer you in your investigations.
This collaborative research series for Mozilla's Data Futures Lab explores how power can be shifted through data governance. Learn with us about the ideas, risks and opportunities of this new innovation landscape for the internet.
Display H5P content without the need for an H5P server
Just some notes for my “H5P!? The very basics” session at OERcamp global 2021. Don’t expect all of this to be self-explanatory if you come across it by chance 😀
The specification for the H5P file format consists of 5 important components.
Simple and lightweight
No statically built html files
Create, share and reuse interactive HTML5 content in your browser
Commonspoly is a non profit, open source board game that encourages a culture of cooperation and questions the violent model of neoliberal privatisation.
What Stays – Archiving Care is a year-long residency project exploring digital counter-archives and the role of technology in opening up alternative histories and memories. The project launched with an open call for three digital residencies for international artists of any discipline. The residents were selected by jury members Helen Pritchard, Oulimata Gueye, Clara Herrmann, Markus Huber, and Nora O Murchú.
O encontro "Decolonialidade e Ciênciada Informação: veredas dialógicas” teve por objetivo promover aproximações dialógicas entre a temática da Decolonialidade e o campo da Ciência da Informação, além de contribuir para com o compartilhamento de pesquisas críticas do campo informacional.
Desvendando o mistério ao redor das deepfakes.
CommunityRule is a governance toolkit for great communities.