In a previous post, I mentioned that I was a part of Mozilla's Open Leaders program, which is dedicated to working open and improving the overall health of the internet. Each Open Leader worked on an open project over the duration of the 14 week program, which in my case is an open educational curriculum for the DevoWorm group and the OpenWorm Foundation more generally.
Purpose and Outcomes from the Mozilla's POP (purpose, outcomes, process) standards for project management). Click to enlarge.
The purpose of building this curriculum is twofold: to encourage contributions to the organization, and to create educational opportunities that enrich people's contributions. Therefore, our curriculum combines topical tutorials with course materials focused on interdisciplinary topics (bridging data science, computer science, and biology) and training in niche topical areas. The curriculum has a front-end (managed at Eliademy) and a back-end (managed in a Github repository). You can make contributions to the front-end by either enrolling in the course or making notes in hypothes.is.
Examples of the front-end, back-end, and course content. Click to enlarge.
Details on how to get involved. Click to enlarge.