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This report by the National Association for MediaLiteracy Education discusses the growth of attention in media litercy... see more

This website lists ICT literacy resources for family and consumer sciences education.

This volume from UNESCO details literacy and numeracy programmes worldwide using radio, TV, mobile phones, tables and... see more

This collection of resources, including links to professional learning opportunities, was compiled in conjunction with... see more

Improve your Google search skills with our Power Searching and Advanced Power Searching online courses. Learn tips and... see more

Curriculum for K-12 fllm education. The curriculum consists of a series of ten projects that are guided by the JBFC's... see more

This website of the International Society for Knowledge Organization includes their journal, efforts by different... see more

This PowerPoint presentation explains media literacy. emphasizing international aspects. It provides sample media... see more

Library online guide to information and resources on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) for library services.

USAID is among the world’s largest bilateral supporters of information and communication technology (ICT) projects in... see more

This UNESCO report showcases effective literacy and numeracy programs using radio, TV, computers and mobile devices... see more

SmarterEVeryDay's first video of a 3 part series on social media manipulation. Parts two and three deal with Twitter and... see more

The Con­nect­edLib Toolkit was created to help librar­i­ans incor­po­rate dig­i­tal media into their work with youth to... see more

This website collection includes several educational OERs across grade levels, which can be downloaded for free.

This paper explains how academic librarians add value to the teaching and learning missions of their institutions though... see more

The “Characteristics of Programs of Information Literacy that Illustrate Best Practices" guideline articulates elements... see more

Credo Reference has an InfoLit Learning Community that is free and open to anyone. It links to field-based resources on... see more

This is a PDF download. This fake news poster explains fake news: its consumption, discernment, and instructional... see more

The term digital citizenship comes from the idea that computer users are inhabitants, or “citizens” of the digital... see more

This Swedish website provides resources for school librarians to help students become digital literate. The website links... see more

This UNESCO handbook for journalism education and training addresses news industry transformations, trust, information... see more

This article addresses international copyright law, which is a mix of copyright treaties and domestic copyright laws, and... see more

This whitepaper anlayzes the decison-making process used when selecting instructional materials for higher education... see more

SAILS (Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills) is an online tool to assess information literacy skllls of... see more