An unrivaled online digital literacy course
LGL DL Edge is an unrivaled online digital literacy course with 60 lessons that take a deep dive into future-forward topics:
Why digital literacy is important and ensures equity
Forecasts that by 2030, 90% of all jobs will require digital skills (World Economic Forum, 2020)
Found that top 10 most in-demand jobs require strong digital skills (Jobs on the Rise, 2021)
Found that top employer concern is digital skill literacy (Boosting DL in the Workplace, 2020)
60 engaging lessons with direct instruction and practice for whole-class, small-group, or individual learning
GOAL: Digital literacy taught the way students are used to learning today
Diverse musical genres
Your students use the Internet, but can they define these terms?
What about tech acronyms and abbreviations? Do your students know what they stand for?
Mobile phones are everywhere.
But do your students know how voice, images, apps, and data get to a mobile phone?
Help your students understand network fundamentals and technical terms like these:
As Galileo would have said, “There are as many apps as there are stars in the sky.”
Your students will learn about app functions and app stores for different operating systems: Mac, Windows, and Android.
Do your students ever tell you they “can’t find anything” when they search?
This lesson has smart tips on how to search efficiently and effectively.
Help your students tell the difference between credible sites and those that contain fake news and false information.
This lesson will teach them the five steps necessary to identify credible information and data.
After your students interact with this lesson, they will be able to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of local versus cloud storage and astonish non-digital citizens.
This lesson will help your students understand file-naming conventions for different content types. This will make searching locally and in the cloud easier.
Sending large files is a task that many struggle with. Your students will learn about the benefits of both sharing and sending and when to do which!
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