Digital Literacy 101

Looking for support in teaching students digital literacy skills such as authenticating information, managing privacy, addressing cyberbullying, and being safe online?

MediaSmarts has created Digital Literacy 101, a suite of professional development resources to help Canadian educators teach students digital literacy skills.  The resources include:

  • Digital literacy training workshops for teachers that can be either self-directed online or downloaded to use as a PowerPoint with a group
  • Classroom Guide with practical tools to implement digital literacy in the classroom
  • Digital Literacy Key Concept Videos
  • Digital Literacy Concept Posters

Here’s a sample poster –

and the introductory video.

For more information, visit MediaSmarts’ Digital Literacy 101.

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