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This library guide links to databases and other resources for finding psychological testing instruments. It also provides... see more

Information related website. Technical in nature.

This teacher librarian's blog includes 15 bibliographies that help librarians and other educators to teach K-12 using... see more

This library guide introduces the ACRL information literacy framework, and provides professional development content for... see more

This British repository links to resources an many aspects of digital literacy and technology-enriched instruction.

Links to a variety of information literacy assessment tools: forced-choice tests, authentic assessments, blended... see more

This workshop explains how to design student-centered technology-rich projects and locate supporting resources.

CitationFox is intended to help with the construction of citations in both APA and MLA styles. It is based on the style... see more

Communications in Information Literacy (CIL) is a peer-reviewed, independently published, and open access journal devoted... see more

A plethora of computer tutorials for: HTML Tutorials Learn HTML Learn XHTML Learn CSS XML Tutorials Learn XML Learn XSL... see more

A screencast that shows how to contribute material to MERLOT.

The Charter Institute of Library and Information Professionals in the UK has tackled confusion about the precise meaning... see more

The Digital Literacies in the Disciplines (DLinD) project (2013-2014) promoted online learning by funding the development... see more

The last video in our digital media series from Introduction to Computers. This video looks at the basic of digital video... see more

This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle. Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

This paper discusses the best platform for reading texts, depending on the task.

Instruction librarians want clear data showing the effectiveness of their workshops as a way of demonstrating their value... see more

Dr. Seuss Went to War is a catalog of 400 political cartoons published by Theodor Seuss Geisel in the New York newspaper... see more

This is the software and IT systems that support transactions over networks. We look at: E-Commerce Hosts, Digital Money,... see more

This library guide from the University of Washington provides several tools for identifying fake news and evaluating... see more

This web page addresses the issue of "fake news" and uses it as a springboard for talking about finding trustworthy... see more

In the first part of this program, text and animations help explain the concept of citation, as applied to several types... see more

"FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming languages, tools, architecture, operating systems,... see more

In this talk at the State Department, Clay Shirky reviews the history of communication technology revolutions. He argues... see more