Educator Tools, Courtesy the Digital Literacy Initiative
On May 13th, 2011, the Department of Commerce unveiled a new website aimed at increasing computer and internet skills in America.
www.DigitalLiteracy.gov provides librarians, teachers, and others a central location to share digital literacy content and best practices. Search by skill type, topic, or general search. What’s great about this site is that users can suggest resources for inclusion. Check the site out today and if you see a great resource missing, request it be added!
What resources can you not live without in the classroom? Share your favorites with us!
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