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MLA Guide to Digital Literacy

Students face challenges assessing, responding to, and producing information in today's fast-paced, complex digital landscape. This guide helps students understand why digital literacy is a critically important skill: their education, future careers, and participation in democratic processes rely on it. Hands-on, structured activities give students strategies for evaluating the credibility of sources, detecting fake news, understanding bias, and more. Readings and writing prompts support specific concepts, including how to craft a research question and effectively conduct searches. An appendix contains three sample lesson plans.


"This guide offers strategies for digital literacy—strategies that, as research clearly shows, students lack and urgently need." —Alice Horning, Oakland University

9781603294393 : mla-guide-to-digital-literacy-carillo
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