School of Webcraft

Get yerself edumacated in the ways of the web. For free. Mozilla’s open source professional-level school has opened up. It’s free. It’s unaccredited. There isn’t a football team. If you want to learn, though, this is a good place to start. Check it out here. Check out the Fall Semester courses, propose your own course ideas for next semester, or make a donation to help create more classes.

An anonymous, perhaps fictitious, but none the less enthusiastic student comments: I have ideas for new, interactive online educational tools and resources that now are only concepts in my mind…. I can’t afford college tuition for programming courses — even if the university taught what I need (amazingly to me, it doesn’t.) I saw the P2PU School of Webcraft courses and feel that finally I may have the chance to learn what I need to know to create the new teaching/research tools I’ve conceived, to make them real, and available for anyone with online access to use.”

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