CTRL-F: Named for the keyboard shortcut for ‘find,’ CTRL-F is an evidence-based program that equips students with the habits and skills needed to evaluate online information to determine what to trust. This program, created by CIVIX, harnesses a strategy called “lateral reading”, used by professional fact-checkers: conduct quick and strategic web searches to learn key context about sources and claims.
The Association for Media Literacy (AML) is a not-for-profit, charitable association of teachers, librarians, consultants, parents, cultural workers, and media professionals concerned with helping people develop an informed and critical understanding of the nature of media, their techniques, and their impact.
New digital literacy resources for teachers, developed by MediaSmarts, to support the implementation of digital literacy into their teaching practice and to help them to develop digital literacy lessons and activities that suit their students’ needs. Tutorials or Powerpoint presentations geared to grade levels
The Free Radical provides media violence information and strategies, with a particular emphasis on the mistreatment of girls and women in popular culture.
MediaSmarts (formerly known as Media Awareness Network) offers resources and support for everyone interested in media literacy and digital literacy for young people. Teachers can access lesson plans, classroom activities, background articles, and Canadian resources for media education.
Killology.com offers a variety of publications, books, and audio/visual resources about the effects of media violence on kids. Lt. Col. Dave Grossman is an internationally recognized scholar, author, soldier, and speaker who is one of the world’s foremost experts in the field of human aggression and the roots of violence and violent crime.