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Fake News and Digital Literacies: some resources • Literacies

Fake News and Digital Literacies: some resources • Literacies | Learning Literacies | Scoop.it
What does “digital literacy” mean in an era shaped by the Internet, social media, and staggering quantities of information? How is it that the fulfillment of human hopes for a open knowledge society seem to have resulted in both increased skepticism of, and casualness with, information? What tools and understanding can library professionals bring to a world that seems to be dominated by fake news?

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Teaching Digital Literacy: Resources to Help Students Validate Online Information

Teaching Digital Literacy: Resources to Help Students Validate Online Information | Learning Literacies | Scoop.it

A blog out integrating technology in the classroom. This includes tips for 1:1 classrooms, blended learning, flipped classrooms, and more.


Digital Literacy is a term that is growing ever more popular among those teaching our 21st Century Learners. Also known as Information Literacy, Digital Literacy is an important component of what is known as Digital Citizenship. It is a skill that many children and adults grapple with. One of my favorite memes on the topic is right here!


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Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Teaching Web Literacy Concepts at Brooklyn Public Library

Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Teaching Web Literacy Concepts at Brooklyn Public Library | Learning Literacies | Scoop.it
My first big assignment in 2017 (aside from successfully pulling off our annual conference) was to create a training plan for a 3-hour session for librarians at Brooklyn Public Library on web literacy. I was grateful for the input of BPL’s Director of Customer Experience on shaping the plan for the day, and thrilled as always to work with one of my web literacy partners in crime to make the training a success.

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