- Want to learn open standards-based web development?
- Interested in becoming a web developer, want to update existing skills or want to create webpages as a hobby?
- Learn what you need to know at School of Webcraft, a project developed in partnership by Mozilla Foundation and P2PU!
Check out our home page to learn about the project and see the study groups and courses on offer.
Can’t find a group that suits your needs?
If you can’t find a group you’d like to join, it’s easy – create your own!
Don’t feel worried, the School of Webcraft community and the P2PU team are here to help! We’ll give you advice on finding learning materials, creating course plansand show you how to facilitate and promote your group. We’ll also put you in contact with people who can help you build your group.
New groups created – can you help develop them?
There are some great new topics under development on the new site. These groups still need tasks, resources and learning plans outlined before they can be opened for sign-up. If you’d like to help get these groups get ready, please contact the group’s organiser.
- Federated Social Web
- Focus on various protocols used to implement federation functionality for social networking
- Introduction to PHP
- Discover and explore server programming with the PHP scripting language
- Introduction to Django
- Learn the Django web framework for Python
- Web Skills for Artists 101
- Collaborate online with a Portland-based class learning how to think creatively about internet development. This class is intended for those unfamiliar with the technical territory.
Groups Currently Open For Sign-Up
You can still sign-up to participate in these groups. You can also offer your assistanceto organise and improve a group.
- Beginning Game Development with HTML 5
- Learn how to make games using web standards
- HTML 5 Introduction
- Outlining the basic elements of HTML web pages.
- Interactive Open Video with Popcorn.js
- This group helps you break into the WebMadeMovies and Popcorn.js projects.
- Introduction to Contributing to Lernanta
- This is an introduction to contributing to the open source platform that P2PU runs on: Lernanta.
- Python Programming 101
- With Python, learning to program is easy and fun!
- Designing for Communities
- Learn how to use design thinking when designing online communities
Latest P2PU Platform Release – Lernanta r0.5
The fortnightly release of features for the new P2PU platform has just come out.
- School of Webcraft’s main page has been updated
- How can we improve our front page?Let us know!
- Group organisers can now add additional administrators. This makes it much easier to share responsibility of a group.
- New groups are being created every day!
- We’re preparing to transition old courses to the new system.
- Old site will be maintained as an archive.
- Give feedback on the new site.
- Want to contribute to the P2PU Platform ?
- Learn more at the Introduction to Contributing to Lernanta study group.
- Submit a bug: Lighthouse
- Contribute to Lernanta: Github
Create a study group
It’s easy, just create a P2PU account and follow the prompts.
Got a question about School of Webcraft?
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Join the Webcraft Discussion List
To participate in ongoing discussions about the project, sign-up here.
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