“People love to learn in hands-on and engaging ways,” said Amira Dhalla, who leads Women and Web Literacy, an initiative to promote women’s inclusion in internet technology run by Mozilla, a nonprofit organization devoted to the free and open web.
In 2016, Mozilla partnered with UN Women to launch women-teaching-women events in Cape Town, South Africa, and Nairobi, Kenya, in an example of efforts to complement MOOCs by facilitating in-person learning.
“The internet is a network. It’s a large community. And people need to learn how to operate in that network where they can collaborate and share locally,” said Dhalla.
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