| The NAA Foundation focuses on Newspaper In Education, newspaper youth content, scholastic journalism and diversity. In this blog, you'll learn about products, programs and resources that emphasize the use of newspapers and other media by young people. You'll also learn about programs and activities that can help news media companies transform their cultures in order to grow business and increase readership and audience.
'New Commerce Department site serves as a hub for teaching web skills'
If you are looking for a destination website to all things digital, check out www.DigitalLiteracy.gov. From the link to the Copyright Poster Guide by the Copyright Alliance Education to the link to StopBullying.Gov For Kids, the site is a repository for digital topics. According to the Department of Commerce's May 13 press release, "In partnership with nine federal agencies, the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), created www.DigitalLiteracy.gov to provide librarians, teachers, workforce trainers, and others a central location to share digital literacy content and best practices." Check it out, there is something here to assist educators and citizens everywhere. The more you know...
May 20 2011, 10:17 AM
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About Sandy Woodcock
Sandy Woodcock is director of the Newspaper Association of America Foundation. She oversees the Foundation's Young Reader research and programming initiatives for Newspaper in Education, Youth Editorial Alliance and the scholastic press.