- W3C Portable Personal Data Preferences Community Group
The W3C Portable Personal Data Preferences Community Group was formed to define a way for learners to express preferences regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of their personal information.
- Pluralistic Data Infrastructure
The pluralistic data infrastructure allows learners to take control of their data and its relationships.
- Improving Weavly Through Art Workshops
Students from British Columbia partook in art making workshops using the Weavly tool to draw and make music.
- Inverted Wordles
In a traditional word cloud, the most popular answers are emphasized. With Inverted Wordles, we are exploring ways to invert that relationship and amplify minority voices.
- AI Education Badges
Twelve micro-badges that support learning about the growing fields of AI, data systems and inclusive data practices.
- Open Robot Kit
An Open Robot Kit to enable learners and educators to easily create a ‘one-size-fits-one’ robot that works with the Weavly coding environment.