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Our Resource Library helps you find new learning technologies and useful best practices and tools for running public computer centers.
Start your search with one of the Resource Categories at left and filter your results further by specific topic!
We want your suggestions for links or materials to add to the Resource Library, please click the "Suggest a Resource" button. You'll be contributing to an open library shared with others in Washington State and around the world, seeking best practices in the field of digital literacy, digital inclusion and broadband adoption, with a focus on reaching technology for underserved and vulnerable residents.
Another great source for technology curriculum and resources is the NTIA's DigitalLiteracy.gov website.
Web search can be a remarkable tool for students, and a bit of instruction in how to search for academic sources will help your students become critical thinkers and independent learners.
The project presents a novel design for very basic computer literacy training for extremely marginalized populations in industrialized countries, such as immigrant day laborers in the US.
Comparison between Comcast Internet Essentials and Century Link Internet Basics programs.
Over 750 free lessons on Computers, Reading, and Math.
Slides prepared for a Curriculum Development and Sharing Workshop. Contains best practices for instructional techniques and digital inclusion strategies.
Starfall.com opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to motivate children to read with phonics.
Animoto automatically produces beautifully orchestrated, completely unique video pieces from your photos, video clips and music. Fast, free and shockingly easy.
Welcome to MyHomeLearning.com! We have reviewed hundreds of educational games to find you the best, most fun places for you to have a good time while learning.
Enter the embalmers workshop, where you are to prepare the body of Ramose, officer to the king, for burial.The chief embalmer, Kha, will be watching your work closely.
I am McGruff the Crime Dog - world famous for my advice on how to stop crime before it happens, and for my great sense of humor.