CTET's Helen Lee presents at MozFest London

Tami Saj

Congratulations to Helen Lee, CTET, for putting Royal Roads University, and CTET’s integration of technology into teaching and learning practices, on the world stage in London UK!

Helen is a Learning Technologist at CTET, a Mozillian and a Mozilla Rep in Vancouver.  She volunteers her time collaborating with webmakers and community organizations to #teachtheweb by hosting maker parties at schools and community events.  

Helen is representing RRU at the 2014 Mozilla Festival (MozFest) in London, UK on Oct 24 - 26. MozFest has 3,300 Mozillians participants from 51 countries, who collaborate to shape the future of the web.  The Mozilla Foundation is paying Helen’s way to London to present this RRU story! She is facilitating a session on Webmaking in Higher Education and showcasing how RRU faculty successfully incorporated Mozilla Popcorn Maker, a multimedia mash-up & remix Webmaker Tool into online courses at RRU.

Many know Mozilla as the folks that created Firefox, but the Mozilla community is so much more than just a browser with a cool fox icon.  The Mozilla mission is to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web.  The Mozilla Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to building a better Internet.  It is a global community of technologists, thinkers and builders working together to keep the Internet alive and accessible, so people worldwide can be informed contributors and creators of the Web.  Watch this video to learn more about how Mozilla is making the web better and building a generation of webmakers.

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