My history with the Internet Health officially started in 2014, the same year when I started teaching, in this year, I met the Mozilla community in Brazil. Some months later, I began to do volunteer work helping with translation, support, and community engagement. My first activity as a volunteer was to contribute to organizing the WebMaker party in my region (pt-br), back in the days when Mozilla was launching the WebMaker app. I still remember the joys of the kids who are participating in the first time they started to learn more about how websites are made and how they can build their websites, it was amazing!
Between 12th and 14th of June happened in Caxias do Sul – RS, the “I International Congress on the Common and the Commons”, I was there presenting a paper on Open Educational Resources and Open Licenses.
In 22th and 23th of April at Fatec Taquaritinga in Taquaritinga city I delivered three sessions of the talk “Internet of Things (IoT) and Mozilla WebThings”.
In this post, I’ll detail a little bit how the activity was and all the steps of the preparation for the content I presented to the students.