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Zero Divide/Mozilla Youth Media Project

  • Grantee

    Bay Area Video Coalition
  • Location

    United States
  • Support break-down

    1. 2011
      1. Amount: $73,500
    2. 2012
      1. Amount: $15,000

    Total support

    $88,500
  • Focus Area

    Open Source Technology

The Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) was an implementation partner in the Mozilla Foundation/Zero Divide youth media project in 2011. They worked together to test software prototypes for Butter, a user interface for WebMadeMovies; to instruct and lead youth participants to create 3-4 web-native productions with these tools; and to create a modular, openly-licensed curriculum to make it easier for people to create HTML5/open video projects of their own.

In 2012, Mozilla provided a grant to BAVC to support the Open Source track at BAVC’s Digital Pathways, as part of a broader partnership between BAVC and Mozilla to encourage next-generation integrated learning and career skills.

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