Notes towards Digital Literacy

Digital Media Resources

Digital literacy and the classroom

Digital Media Literacy

Skills and confidence in using new communications and media services are increasingly important for participation in all aspects of Australian society.
The role of ACMA includes provision of information and advice to the community about communications matters and administration of a range of consumer protection measures.
ACMA has also initiated a Digital Media Literacy research program to inform the provision of consumer advice and protection measures by ACMA and by those organisations active in the promotion of media literacy across Australia.

Digital Literacy 101: Class Dismissed But Not Over

7th grade Digital Literacy course topics linked here

21st Century Literacy: Network Literacy

Several organizations, including the **Partnership for 21st Century Skills**, **NCREL/Metri Group,** and ISTE have created frameworks that articulate what it means to be literate in the contemporary sense. Using their work as a guide, we have identified several key literacies for our students: