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Digital Literacy Resources

A destination for practitioners in service-oriented organizations—such as libraries, schools, community centers, community colleges, and workforce training centers to find digital literacy content. The resources can be found by subject area, community, by skill topic, and learning level.

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WebJunction


Contributed by: WebJunction
Link: http://www.webjunction.org/1
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Resources for library staff

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Zero Divide


Contributed by: Zero Divide
Link: http://zerodivide.org/
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Zero Divide provides access to an ecosystem of broadband technology, training, and education programs for workforce development, asset building, microenterprise, and small business assistance we hope to improve the economic opportunity of low-income, disadvantaged individuals.

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Literacy Center Education Network


Contributed by: Literacy Center Education Network
Link: http://www.literacycenter.net/
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Educator resource where parents and teachers can find professionally designed educational material to share with their children. Initially funded by a U.S. Department of Education Small Business Innovation Research contract, the LiteracyCenter.Net was designed to develop web-based learning strategies for “at risk” children in the United States.

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Kentucky Virtual Library (KYVL)


Contributed by: Commonwealth of Kentucky
Link: http://www.kyvl.org/k12educators.shtm
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Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, the is dedicated to supplying all Kentuckians with a comprehensive and dynamic collection of information resources with a mission of support information literacy and lifelong learning.

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Digital Preservation Education for North Carolina State Employees


Contributed by: State of North Carolina
Link: http://digitalpreservation.ncdcr.gov/
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To provide visitors with digital preservation information and resources that are tailored to their current level of knowledge.

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eLearningNC


Contributed by: State of North Carolina
Link: http://www.elearningnc.gov/
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eLearning is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom.  In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online. This site contains a resource of links to virtual resource that can be searched and soon will be personalized to the user.

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San Diego Futures Foundation


Contributed by: San Diego Futures Foundation
Link: http://www.sdfutures.org/
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The purpose of this organization is to improve access to computers and services by making information technology available to underserved individuals, organizations and disadvantaged small businesses through training, education, technical services and equipment.

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Digital Literacy for the Third Age: Sustaining Identity in an Uncertain World


Contributed by: eLearning Papers
Link: http://www.openeducationeuropa.eu/en/article/Digit...
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A report on digital literacy.

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e-Learning and undereducated learners: barriers and opportunities


Contributed by: Studies Media Information Telecommunications
Link: http://ilsemarien.com/system/files/362/original/Ma...
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An analysis of the shift of traditional forms of learning to information communication technology-oriented models of learning.

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eInclusion and the role of Social Networks


Contributed by: Studies Media Information Telecommunications
Link: http://ilsemarien.com/system/files/361/original/Ma...
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Focuses on the current implementation of e-inclusion initiatives in Flanders (Belgium) and critically analyzes how they relate to existing social networks

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Implementing e-inclusion in Flanders: going beyond access?


Contributed by: Studies Media Information Telecommunications
Link: http://ilsemarien.com/system/files/351/original/IA...
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A critical analysis of e-inclusion initiatives and their ability to improve digital literacies.

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Diabetes LEARN


Contributed by: Indian Health Service
Link: http://www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/Diabetes/index....
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LEARN is a collection of resources for specific diabetes topics.

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Diabetes Treatment and Prevention


Contributed by: Indian Health Service
Link: http://www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/Diabetes/index....
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Web based training provided by the Indian Health Service (IHS) Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention. IHS is responsible for developing, documenting, and sustaining clinical and public health efforts to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives.

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Indian Health Service


Contributed by: Indian Health Service
Link: http://www.ihs.gov/healthcommunications/
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agency providing healthcare to Native American and Alaskan Native peoples.

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University of Maryland Health Literacy Resource


Contributed by: University of Maryland Baltimore
Link: http://guides.hshsl.umaryland.edu/healthliteracy
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A guide for health literacy.

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My Pop Studio


Contributed by: Temple University
Link: http://mypopstudio.com/
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My Pop Studio, a website designed by the Media Education Lab at Temple University, is a free online game that introduces children ages 9 - 14 to digital and media literacy, taking them "behind the scenes" to think critically about how media is created and to question the messages we see. Activities and games include creating a unique pop star and pop song, editing a television show, designing a comic strip, and determining their ability to multitask in a game of memory and attention. Lesson plans and activities accompany the website and are available as free downloads to enhance the digital learning experience.

My Pop Studio. Lesson Plans.


Contributed by: Temple University
Link: http://mypopstudio.com/pdfs/PopStudio_curriculum.p...
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Powerful Voices for Kids


Contributed by: Temple University
Link: http://mediaeducationlab.com/powerful-voices-kids
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Powerful Voices for Kids, the flagship program of the Media Education Lab at Temple University, is a model for integrating digital and media literacy education in K-8 schools. The program aims to strengthen kids' critical thinking skills, communicate well through media and technology,  and use their powerful voices to improve the quality of life in their families, communities, and the world. The Powerful Voices for Kids approach to media and technology integration includes a summer enrichment program for students, professional development for educators, an in-school media and technology mentoring program, community outreach, and research. Our model enrolls students, teachers, librarians, technology coordinators, administrators, and new and preserves educators in improving the quality of digital and media literacy education in K-8 environments.

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The Media Education Lab at Temple University


Contributed by: Temple University
Link: http://mediaeducationlab.com/
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The Media Education Lab at Temple University offers workshops, staff development and partnerships that bring digital and media literacy education to children, young people and adults. Our mission is to improve digital and media literacy education through scholarship and community service. Founded in 2003 by leading digital and media literacy scholar Renee Hobbs, the Media Education has developed several programs and partnerships that have strengthened media literacy education in the Philadelphia area and nationally, including the My Pop Studio, a digital and media literacy website for girls, and Powerful Voices for Kids, a media and technology integration model for students, teachers, and administration in K-8 schools.

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Bay Area Video Coalition


Contributed by: Bay Area Video Coalition
Link: http://www.bavc.org/video-curriculum-overview
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BAVC's YouthLink Curriculum is designed to introduce the tools of media
production and analysis through creative and socially relevant visual
storytelling.

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