I am putting resources for future reference here in this post. They are provided in the National Writing Project’s Digital Writing Matters by DeVoss, Eidman-Aadahl, and Hicks, 2010. Highly recommended.

Center for Media Literacy and their very important Five Key Questions and Five Key Concepts for critical understanding of media

America University’s Center for Social Media and their excellent teaching resources on Fair Use

University of Rhode Island’s Digital Media Lab (tons of teaching resources, including fair use)

Open Educational Resources at Creative Commons (awesome generosity by creators)

NCTE’s  Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education (long; hope to find time to read it soon!)

The Digital Writing Wiki

Digital Writing Workshop Wiki

EdTechLive (interviews about K-12 Web 2.0)

Educause (amazing resources on IT in higher ed)

Digitalis from the National Writing Project

Pew Internet and American Life Project

Public Domain Sherpa

Teachers Teaching Teachers

 

 

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