Looking back on 2012

It’s been a big year for our website! We’ve redesigned it from the ground up to make it more up-to-date, comprehensive, and easier to search. Our users have responded enthusiastically to the new look and feel.

Here’s a quick overview of our most popular content in 2012:

Thanks to all our readers and visitors and please keep coming back as we’ll be launching new digital and media literacy lessons, games and resources throughout the coming year!


I am an educator in the North

I am an educator in the North (above the Arctic circle), I would like to know how do educators in small, isolated communities keep on top of the ever changing pace of technology and innovation? How does one convey those changes into a classroom setting and assist students with these technological changes? Please advise.

Great question! As well as

Great question! As well as this blog and our news services, there are some good resources available online to help keep up with changes in technology and education such as THE Journal (http://thejournal.com/Home.aspx). Edudemic (http://www.edudemic.com/), Edutopia (http://www.edutopia.org/) and The MacArthur Foundation’s Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning (http://spotlight.macfound.org/).
Posted by MediaSmarts on January 21, 2013

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