Design Camp for Mozilla Jetpack
The Design Camp Projects
The following is a list of the participating projects at the Design Camp. They are still in development so we didn’t want to create a functioning toolbox out of them but definitely check them out because there is some innovative stuff going on with regards to education through the open web.
An extension that auto-generates multiple choice and fill-in exercises for language learners, turning any webpage into an interactive, educational and fun language learning resource.
An extension through which users can collaboratively annotate the web while creating semantic connections between annotations and discussing them with other users online.
- Expression Widgets
An extension for expressing thoughts while collaboratively creating/capturing/modifying content like text, images and even mathematical formulas.
An extension designed to allow the user to annotate the web like one annotates a book, leaving comments, highlighting and collecting bits of web pages or a collection of pages.
An extension that allows users to group webpages and sites into a timeline that is then accessible as a single unit, allowing people to create paths throughout the internet in thoughtful ways
An extension aimed at language learners that integrates language exercises and information into everyday activities (e.g. email, social networking and blogs) on the web.
An extension that allows you to record your web activity, allowing users to save and share best practices and experiences.
An extension aimed at 9-11 year olds, NetDetective is a game that shows users how to find information on the internet by solving detective cases.
An extension that allows users to create, share and reuse rubrics for teaching, giving access to both teachers and students.
An extension that is a game and educational tool that gives users an easy way to keep on top of learning a specific subject by reminding them about the subject and randomly quizzing the user inside the browser.
What are your thoughts on Open Education? What implications are there for nonprofits?