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Digital Content Curation is the process of collecting, organizing and sharing information relevant to a particular topic... see more

The "Federal Court Concepts" module is designed to introduce secondary and postsecondary students to the American federal... see more

This tutorial, sponsored by New York Time Publishing, provides factual information about podcasts in easy to understand... see more

Interactive 5-part online tutorial on intellectual property, including plagiarism, file sharing,  citing resources, and... see more

This is a video gives introduction to Google Docs Document. Narration is in Thai language. Content is suitable for all... see more

This is a very large information literacy site that covers multiple topics such as: evaluating information, peer review &... see more

A series of online tutorials and workshops by the University of Manchester Library that helps students with the following... see more

Arizona State University - a tool for helping teachers write higher-order course objectives. Comes with video tutorial... see more

This is a self-directed, 20-minute information literacy tutorial that teaches students about plagiarism, paraphrasing,... see more

This guide is intended to start you on the road to podcasting. There are many good step-by-step tutorials out there... see more

MIT libraries offer several library guides to support research: locating and citing resources, writing and publishing... see more

Information literacy tutorial that covers brainstorming, choosing a topic, focusing the topic, identifying terms,... see more

Safari is a guided expedition through the information world, aimed at helping you to feel more confident about finding,... see more

This website gives tips for reading materials online.

ThinkB4U is a collaboration between Google Inc. and expert safety partners Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, and the... see more

This simulation tutorial from the eLearning Developer's Journal includes full source code. It teaches you step-by-step... see more

Handouts and software for a simple method of using templates and text editing to create multimedia projects for... see more

Tutorial explains the process of peer-review as the gold standard for defining a scholarly journal article. Users also... see more

A tutorial and a tool that walks you through the process of brainstorming keywords for a topic that can be used to search... see more

IT literacy courses and curriculum date back to the 1960s at Dartmouth. Since that time, the curriculum has been revised... see more

A document describing our IT literacy topic modules, the structure of our presentations, and the course outline.

We will see the use of several image processing operations in creating a 200 by 200 pixel picture. An informal notion of... see more

This presentation is on application programs. No skills are covered but technology concepts include what a program is and... see more