The Digital Literacy portal is an initiative of the Obama Administration to serve as a valuable resource to practitioners who are delivering digital literacy training and services in their communities. As more and more jobs and educational offerings are available online, the ability to navigate the Internet is critical to participate more fully in the economy. Jumpstarted by a federal interagency working group dedicated to spurring the advancement of digital literacy across all age groups and stages of learning, the Digital Literacy portal organizes content conveniently, enables valuable discussion and collaboration among users and elevates best practices to improve the quality of digital literacy offerings. We invite users to share their content and their ideas to make the portal more robust and to fulfill its role as a destination for practitioners devoted to enhancing digital opportunity for all Americans.
THE Journal is dedicated to informing and educating K-12 senior-level district and school administrators, technologists, and tech-savvy educators within districts, schools, and classrooms to improve and advance the learning process through the use of technology. Launched in 1972, THE Journal was the first magazine to cover education technology. THE Journal's franchise consists of the monthly print magazine (which is also available in digital format), the web site thejournal.com, six newsletters (District Cloud Computing, K-12 Mobile Classroom, THE News Update, T.H.E. Journal Insider, IT Trends, THE SmartClassroom, and School Security).
THE Journal's Web sites and newsletters provide immediacy of coverage as well as in-depth education technology resources.
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ISTE's membership magazine, Learning & Leading with Technology (L&L) , features practical ideas for using today's digital tools to improve learning and teaching and for appropriately integrating technology into classrooms, curricula, and administration.
The purpose of the association shall be promoting and facilitating the use of technology in Idaho education. The Association shall promote, facilitate and sustain education technology and all its users while enhancing the education of Idaho's students for tomorrow's technology. IETA web site click here.
The Idaho Training Clearinghouse (ITC), funded by the Idaho State Department of Education-Special Education, is designed to link school professionals and parents with special education training opportunities and resources across the state.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTEŽ) is the premier membership association for educators and education leaders engaged in improving learning and teaching by advancing the effective use of technology in PK–12 and teacher education.
ISTE represents more than 100,000 education leaders and emerging leaders throughout the world and informs its members regarding educational issues of national and global scope.
The Alliance for Excellent Education is a Washington, DC-based national policy and advocacy organization that works to improve national and federal policy so that all students can achieve at high academic levels and graduate from high school ready for success in college, work, and citizenship in the twenty-first century. The Alliance focuses on America's six million most at-risk secondary school students—those in the lowest achievement quartile—who are most likely to leave school without a diploma or to graduate unprepared for a productive future.
State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is the 501(c)(3) non-profit, national member association that serves, supports and represents the interests of U.S. state and territorial educational technology leadership.
SETDA leads, inspires, and empowers the education community to leverage technology for learning.
The mission of SETDA is to build and increase the capacity of state and national leaders to improve education through technology policy and practice.
MediaSmarts has been developing digital and media literacy programs and resources for Canadian homes, schools and communities since 1996. Through our work we support adults with information and tools so they can help children and teens develop the critical thinking skills they need for interacting with the media they love.