These resources included everything from how to think about and plan open educational resources to how to find a proper venue for an event. Many of these guides are focused on events for teaching and learning digital skills, but they can be conceptually adapted to fit a variety of other uses.
This resource helps participants build a project for a specific subject area (science, history, etc) to help someone learn a tool, a subject and web literacy skills through remix
Participants will learn how to start writing HTML through play! Use this guide to learn how the game Erase All Kittens is played and learn some valuable web skills while you're at it!
This guide walks you through different venues in your local community and explains how they might be utilized to run events for your cause.
Plan your event while running your event! This guide helps you use people power to put together a truly learner centric event.
This activity shows you how to use Mozilla's XRay Goggles and implement them in learning experiences.
A Hack Jam is a great way to team up people with different skill-sets to explore an interesting challenge, collaboratively build something new or improve something that already exists, learn and teach new hacking skills.
A Hive Pop-Up is fantastic way to bring together local organizations in a science fair setting, demonstrate cool ideas, provide fun hands-on activities, introduce your community to making and hacking.
A Kitchen Party is a fun way to spend an hour on a rainy day, hang out as a family, learn to hack with a friend, make cool things together.