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This set of lessons explains ICT literacy and provides instruction on information tasks, evaluating and comprehending... see more

This curriculum for educators in formal and informal education environments provides step-by-step guidance and... see more

The bibliography or resources for hybrid and online teaching includes general resources about online education, impact of... see more

This paper reviews higher education assessment methods of information literacy; identifies useful theories and practices;... see more

This website provides many activites to integrate ICT into English curriculum of reading and writing.

This 2-session workshop PPT trains higher education instructors to coach their peers on tranisitioning courses to an... see more

Tips for transforming face-to-face courses to online courses.

The Teaching Commons Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning provides many resources on hybrid and online... see more

The National Standards for Quality Online Programs provide a framework for K-12 schools, districts, state agencies,... see more

With the escalation of Covid-19, educators all over the world over are encouraged to shift to online and distance... see more

This survey helps faculty design instruction to fit students' needs for a course.

The OER Starter Kit Workbook is a remix of the OER Starter Kit to include worksheets to help instructors practice the... see more

This guide assists with creating media assignments and projects.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, has launched a campaign to teach kids about... see more

IREX’s Learn to Discern approach helps people of all ages develop healthy habits for engaging with information, online... see more

This website by the Utah Education Network links to several media literacy sites.

The Canadian Association for Media Literacy is a not-for-profit, charitable association. Their website provides an... see more

This article explains how the general public can read a news report of a poll without being duped by the hype.

This interactive experiment can boost chart-making confidence.

This is a collection of data journalism training materials. Many (although not all) of the exercises have directions that... see more

Knowing how to integrate audiobooks into student learning plans and the classroom environment will help you get the most... see more

This website provides FREE activities to integrate technology into the middle school classroom curriculum (grades 5-9).... see more

This Library Guide provides resources to help students to identify "fake" news, bias, and propaganda, as well as good... see more

The Journalism Education Association supports free and responsible scholastic journalism by providing resources and... see more