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This tool matches students' needs (e.g., academic, communication, auditory, vision, organization, mobility, independent... see more

This German guidebook (written in English) explains different media formats and information literacy, and provides a rich... see more

This Australian curriculum addresses media arts for K-12 students.

The Media Education Foundation produces and distributes documentary films and other educational resources to inspire... see more

This publication describes the agents of media manipulation, their modus operandi, motivators, and how they’ve taken... see more

Canada's Centre for Digital and Media Literacy provides research, policies, and teacher resources. Their vision is that... see more

Mediawijsheid Competentiemodel: definitie in 10 competenties. Het competentiemodel biedt helderheid en is een vertrekpunt... see more

This website and its resources explains how to identify propaganda, interpret their messages and asses their impact. The... see more

This chapter presents the most commonly discussed theoretical models of the search process: the standard model, the... see more

The News Literacy Project is an innovative national educational program that mobilizes seasoned journalists to work with... see more

This website, which is curated by Library Journal, explains how libraries are using and promoting open access materials.... see more

Classroom strategies and learning activities to improve oral communication skills to secondary school students. Canadian... see more

With the increasing prevalence of the Internet, it is very important for young learners to understand that as “digital... see more

Project Look Sharp provides materials, training and support for the effective integration of media literay with critical... see more

This entertaining 11-minute video by John Green is part of his Crash Course series. It covers the basic concepts of... see more

This article from the Library of Congress explains how to locate and interpret photographs for research.

This interactive tutorial uses a concrete example to explain how to read and interpret a research article.

This interactive quiz tests one knowledge about proper citing and paraphrasing.

This tutorial is designed to guide learners through the research process: choosing a topic, using the best sources,... see more

JSTOR’s Research Basics is a self-paced course that helps students learn academic research skills. In order to most... see more

Steps to Success: Crossing the Bridge Between Literacy Research and Practice introduces instructional strategies linked... see more

This book is intended to be a useful resource for anyone who thinks that they might be interested in becoming a data... see more

The Media Spot promotes media literacy education through collaborative media productions, workshops & curriculum... see more

The News Hero, developed by NATO, is an on-line education game designed to burst the bubble of an elite dominated... see more