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In the digital world, we can lose control of the information we share. It’s important to respect other people’s privacy and take control of your own.
Our friends and family pay attention to what we share online. Just like a journalist, it’s our responsibility to make sure something is true before we share it. Don’t share things right away. Social
What happens online can have a real impact. It’s up to us whether the impact is positive or negative. What are some ways of using digital tech for good?
The Digital Literacy Training Program for Canadian Educators workshop provides an overview of essential digital literacy skills and key concepts of media and digital literacy, familiarizes
In this lesson, students consider the role of technology and media in their lives and then spend a week either tracking or limiting their media use. They then share their experiences and discuss how
This lesson asks students, in groups, to take their issue and solution to the streets. In order to enact real change through action for the benefit of the larger community, each chosen topic will
In this activity, students : think about the importance of making sure they have trustworthy information before they make a decision on a political or electoral issue explore a series of scenarios
In groups, students will create a Digital Story which addresses a topic, theme or issue that is affecting them. All stages of production will be covered, including research, storyboarding their idea
Digital literacy is a vital tool for education, employment and economic participation, civic engagement, and even health and wellness. It reinforces existing inequalities based on socioeconomic
The DigitalSmarts program is a series of eight hour-long workshops designed to teach important everyday digital skills. The workshops include hands-on activities and videos and cover topics such as