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  • Institute of Play, DreamYard, WNYC Radio Rookies, Hackasaurus, Digital Youth Network, Free Spirit Media, Art Institute of Chicago, Bay Area Video Coalition, Apps for Good, Young Rewired State and digitalME participated in the Hive London Pop-up at Mozilla Festival 2011.
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  • 1. 12 organizations4 cities3 London-based school groups2 young entrepreneurs60 youth overall London youth hacked games and websites, viewed web-native films, produced radio podcasts, became digital storytellers around themes of freedom and remembrance, created digital hang-out spaces, and more.
  • 2. Mark Surman on his favorite part of the Mozilla festival
“I think the digital pop-up youth space by the Hive… you see those twelve very different groups down here teaching twelve different things but they all have that same approach of assuming that kids want to learn and really what we’re trying to use digital for is to give them some tools for them to use to explore or play and invent and move forwards with.”
  • 3. Fireside chat with young entrepreneursDaniel Brusilovsky and James Whelton
  • 4. Learning LabHow do you create a learning network?What should it address?Who would you want to be involved?