Information and Technology Literacy

Overview

Information and Technology Literacy Framework - Information and Technology Literacy subsumes what traditionally has been associated with library media, audiovisual, computer and other educational technology programs.

Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety, and Media Literacy Guidelines and Recommended Actions

Every day students are vulnerable to dangers such as cyber-bullying, identity theft, and phishing. On January 8, 2020, the Connecticut State Board of Education (Board) adopted the Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety, and Media Literacy Guidelines and Recommended Actions to assist stakeholders with instructional practices and methods regarding digital citizenship, Internet safety, and media literacy. This document was created by the CSDE Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety, and Media Literacy Advisory Council (Council) consisting of teachers, library media specialists, representatives from parent-teacher organizations, and individuals with expertise in digital citizenship, Internet safety, and media literacy. 

Technology Integration to Support Learning

What is technology integration? How can districts effectively integrate technology for learning? This informational webinar series provides answers to these questions by sharing resources available to support technology and exploring best practices of technology integration.

Resources

Building Capacity for Technology Integration: This webinar will explore the “what” of technology integration.  During this informational webinar, resources that are available to districts will be explored as participants learn about getting support to effectively integrate technology for learning.


Connecticut Association of School Librarians