Use this page to create an XML feed that can be used by developers.
Apply your desired filters then click on the RSS icon in the top right of the page to access the resulting feed.
Note: All filters other than "Content type" are applied with an OR as opposed to an AND. For example, checking "Resource" and "In the Community" under "Content type", "Basic Computing" under "Topic", and "Educator" under "Audience" results in a statement like "Show me all content of content type resource OR in the community AND tagged with basic computing OR educator."
ESL/CivicsLink is a professional development system for adult education ESL teachers. Developed by adult educators for adult educators and tested in the field, this web-based product is managed by Kentucky Educational Television and prepares teachers to do the following: teach English to speakers of other languages, enhance cross-cultural awareness, and integrate English literacy instruction and civics education.
Educator, Intermediate, Literacy
Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project
A report on the findings of a wide-ranging survey of technology leaders, scholars, industry officials, and analysts that found most internet experts expect attacks on the network infrastructure in the coming decade as the internet becomes more embedded in everyday and commercial life.
ProLiteracy champions the power of literacy to improve the lives of adults and their families, communities, and societies. Offers professional development and training, technical assistance, publications, online resources, and credentialing services for program directors, instructors, trainers, and volunteer tutors working with adult learners in the world in which everyone can read, write, compute, and use technology to lead healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives.
The 21st Century Information Fluency Project (21CIF) began in 2001 when the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy received funds from the US Department of Education to research and develop training in the largely unexplored field of online information literacy. It immediately became clear that the largest needs in this area were for professional development and resources to help educators and students improve their ability to locate, evaluate and use digital information more effectively, efficiently and ethically.
Educator, Intermediate, Locate Resources and Tools, Tutorials, Content Evaluation
NetSquares goal is to help hundreds of thousands of non-profit organizations (NPOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) successfully utilize the community empowering capabilities of the Internet to increase their impact and achieve social change. A platform for NPOs and NGOs to use to increase advocacy.
Library/Reference, Educator, Social Media, Volunteers
TechSoup is a one-stop technology resource for nonprofits and libraries offering free information, resources, and support. In addition to online information and resources, they offer a product philanthropy service called TechSoup Stock. Here, nonprofits can access donated and discounted technology products, generously provided by corporate and nonprofit technology partners. They also provide instructional articles and worksheets for nonprofits who utilize information technologies, as well as technology planning information for executives and other decision makers. Introductory articles and message board support are aimed at those who do not have much experience using technology, but they also provide more advanced information.
Library/Reference, Advanced, Grants
Ten Tips on Evaluating Immunization Information on the Internet
This guide is written for Web designers, Web content specialists, and other public health communication professionals to create a health Web site that's easy to use, particularly for people with limited literacy skills and limited experience using the web.
Advanced IT, Design and Usability, Advanced, IT Community, Health, Tutorials
The international standard in end-user computer skills consisting of 7 modules which define the skills and competencies necessary to be a proficient user of a computer and common computer applications. In order to achieve ICDL Certification, individuals must pass a test for each of the 7 modules. ICDL Module 1 is a theoretical test of computing knowledge at a general level, while modules 2-7 are predominantly practical skills tests.
Information link that provides the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute's mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas
Information link containing visual literacy resources. Visual Literacy refers to a group of vision-competencies a human being can develop by seeing and at the same time having and integrating other sensory experiences.
Professional education association committed to advancing excellence in learning and teaching through innovative and effective uses of technology. This organization supports 20,000 members who share the mission of providing thousands of resources and learning opportunities to keep on the cutting edge.