Digital

CTRL-F: Find the Facts

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an infodemic – a rapid rise in viral digital misinformation. How can you make sure information is trustworthy? CTRL-F: Find the Facts is a new …

ISS of BC Digital Literacy Curriculum Resource

ISSofBC recently launched their Digital Literacy Curriculum Resource website to aid English language instructors and those in the Settlement field in helping newcomer clients overcome digital literacy barriers. The Digital …

Digital Literacy Learning at Home

Looking for some digital literacy lessons that students can take at home? Youth Teaching Adults is a free digital literacy program for adult learners, led by youth volunteer-tutors. While we …

Learn to Code at Home

Are you looking for some fun learning for kids? How about some coding? Parents don’t need to be experts to have this learning happen at home.  Code.org has responded …

LBS and COVID-19

Looking for some resources as your adult literacy work feels the impact of COVID-19? AlphaPlus has created a new LBS and COVID-19 Google site. It’s designed to share information and …

Think Like a Coder

Looking for a fun way to teach coding? TED-Ed has created a 10 episode series called Think Like a Coder. Follow Ethic and her robot companion, Hedge, as they attempt …

COR – Learn to think like a fact checker

Students continue to have trouble determining if online information is reliable or fake. A recent study found that two-thirds of students couldn’t tell the difference between news stories and ads …

Digital Skills Decoded

In this economy, every job is a digital job. The vast majority of jobs need people to have the skills and competencies to leverage technology to its best advantage. But …