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 Mozilla Kicks Off Internet Education Program
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Message Text: The Mozilla Foundation will be holding 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.

The kickoff begins this weekend in Kampala, Uganda, and includes events in at least 368 locations, from New York and San Francisco to cities in India, Indonesia and several African countries.

The move is part of a broader goal to help get more people around the world connected to the Internet, and to help them use it in more active ways.


 
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