Digital Literacy Resource Platform

This website, designed by Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, hosts tools that explore four main areas of digital life: privacy, safety, information quality, and creative expression. This evolving collection of tools can help teachers guide students in navigating and making sense of the digital world through various mediums.

For instance, the platform can be explored based on interests and mode of information, like infographics, podcasts, videos, etc. Some tools have been designed for a particular use in mind, such as the middle school and high school privacy curricula, where teachers can get a lesson on password management and other privacy related topics. Others are more general and informational and useful for any audience.

The Digital Literacy Resource Platform (DLRP) leverages a network of collaborators, including MIT Scratch, the New York Public Library, Press Pass TV, NuVu, the Engagement Game Lab, the Walnut Hill School, and iKeepSafe, for curating and producing new tools.

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