Digital literacy skills means "the skills associated with using technology to enable users to find, evaluate, organize, create, and communicate information; and developing digital citizenship and the responsible use of technology" (Museum and Library Services Act of 2010, Pub. L. 111-340, 22 Dec. 2010).
- Digital Literacy: Issue Brief
- Best Practices in Digital Literacy: A Case Study
- Digital Literacy: Social Media Lesson Plan
- Digital Literacy: Workplace Safety Lesson Plan
- Digital Literacy: Sharing Information about Important Safety Signs Integrated and Contextualized Learning Lesson
- Digital Literacy: Cultural Stereotypes Online Problem-Based Learning Lesson
- Digital Literacy: Folk Stories Project-Based Learning Lesson
- Digital Literacy: Annotated Instructional Resources and References
- Teaching the Skills That Matter: Digital Literacy in Action
This video shows the components for teaching a Digital Literacy lesson. You'll see Sara Cole teach a digital literacy lesson to intermediate and intermediate-high (NRS levels) English language learners in a distance learning class. Sara is an ESL Instructor and Digital Literacy Fellow with Literacy Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. In the video, you'll also hear from Jen Vanek, a digital literacy subject matter expert and Director of Digital Learning and Research at the EdTech Center at World Education.
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