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  • Several conceptions and definitions of information literacy have become prevalent. The American Library Association's (ALA) Presidential Committee on Information Literacy, Final Report states, "To be information literate, a person must be able to recognize when. — “Information literacy - Wikinfo”,
  • The National Center for Adult Literacy (NCAL) has been engaged for more than two decades in cutting edge and high-impact research, innovation, and training in adult education and technology, as well as in other areas of adult basic education and literacy. — “ | ...research and innovation for a more literate”,
  • Literacy includes, reading, writing, and the creative and ***ytical acts involved in producing and comprehending text. --from Read to Succeed: Kentucky's Literacy Plan, developed by the Kentucky Literacy Partnership, June 2002. — “Literacy”, education.ky.gov
  • The traditional definition of literacy is considered to be the ability to read and write, or the ability to use language to read, write, listen, and speak. Literacy involves a continuum of learning to enable an individual to achieve his or her goals, to develop his. — “Literacy”, schools-
  • Literacy means being able to read and write. Why is reading important? A child's reading skills are important to their success in school and work. In addition, reading can be a fun and imaginative activity for children, which opens doors to all kinds of new worlds for them. — “Reading and Literacy: Your Child: University of Michigan”, med.umich.edu
  • Definition of literacy in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of literacy. Pronunciation of literacy. Translations of literacy. literacy synonyms, literacy antonyms. Information about literacy in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “literacy - definition of literacy by the Free Online”,
  • Statistical Literacy: the ability to read and interpret summary statistics in the everyday media. "Statistical literacy is the ability to read and interpret summary statistics in the everyday media: in graphs, tables, statements, surveys and studies. — “”,
  • Provides training for volunteer tutors and resources and technical assistance to local literacy programs. — “New Mexico Coalition for Literacy”,
  • National database of literacy programs available via the Internet and the National Institute for Literacy's toll-free number. — “America's Literacy Directory”,
  • Literacy has traditionally been described as the ability to read and write. communication being practiced in reading this article to understand the second form of evolution in our understanding of Literacy. — “Literacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Use GoodSearch to search the web, and help raise money for Literacy Suffolk's programs. For many years, Literacy Suffolk tutors have been onsite at DDC providing English as a Second Language tutoring for employees. — “Literacy Suffolk”,
  • In New York City, you can also go to a public library to pick up an application, or you can call the Literacy Referral Hotline at 212.803.3333 to request an application. You can also download the application form and complete instructions in Adobe Acrobat Reader format. — “Literacy Assistance Center”,
  • Ten Things Every Pediatrician Can Do to Promote Literacy Why Promote Literacy in a Pediatric Office? Handouts for Parents Request for Donations 1 Request for Donations 2 Certificate of Appreciation Calendar of Literacy & Related Events. — “LITERACY TOOLKIT: HOME PAGE”,
  • Literacy rates are a crucial measure of a region's human capital. Literacy is part of the development of individual maturity, allowing one to attain one's potential as a person, and an essential skill that allows. — “Literacy - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • Literacy is the gateway to lifelong learning, personal opportunities and success. Verizon Life Span Literacy Matrix - This tool outlines literacy outcomes, appropriate instruments for measuring outcomes, and effective research. — “Verizon Foundation”,
  • literacy, capacity to communicate using inscribed, printed, or electronic signs or symbols for representing language. Literacy is customarily contrasted with orality (oral tradition), which encompasses a broad set of strategies for communicating. — “literacy -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
  • Non-governmental literacy organization that pursues a mission of sponsoring educational programs that help adults and their families acquire the literacy practices and skills they need to function more effectively in their daily lives. — “ProLiteracy Worldwide”,
  • Literacy definition, the quality or state of being literate, esp. the ability to read and write. See more. — “Literacy | Define Literacy at ”,
  • After finding little information from extensive primary research towards understanding the extent to which Media Literacy is being implemented in public and private secondary schools in Missouri, this twelve question online survey was developed. — “Media Literacy Education in Missouri's Secondary Schools”, webster.edu
  • Literacy Test Literacy Test refers to the government practice of testing the literacy of potential citizens at the federal level, and potential voters. — “Literacy test: Information from ”,
  • High school literacy is key to a high school student's overall prospects for success. — “High School Literacy”,
  • Locate ideas for integrating literacy strategies into your classroom. The Literacy Web at UConn is located in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. — “The Literacy Web at The University of Connecticut Homepage”, literacy.uconn.edu

Videos

  • IOM Health Literacy Video This video provides an overview of the findings from the 2003 IOM report on health literacy.
  • Illustration Academy / Visual Literacy Program - Jon Foster See the entire 4 1 hour video at The Visual Literacy Program.
  • Visual Literacy Across the Curriculum This movie was made to inspire teachers of all subject areas to appreciate the opportunity for learning using visual imagery in their classes. It offers questions that can be asked of the students to promote higher order thinking skills and deeper levels of comprehension. Created for all teachers of every grade level.
  • Media Literacy Six and seven year old students tell what media literacy (tech and non-tech) is in their lives.
  • What is Media Literacy
  • A Portal to Media Literacy Presented at the University of Manitoba June 17th 2008. (for those of you waiting for the Library of Congress presentation, it will be posted July 19th-ish.) From Stephen's Lighthouse: "Many of you have probably seen Kansas State University prof Michael Wesch's thought-provoking video, "A Vision of Students Today". Recently Dr. Wesch spoke at the University of Manitoba where he explained the the basis of this video in a talk entitled, "Michael Wesch and the Future of Education." I found it fascinating! He describes how he so naturally incorporates emerging technologies into his courses from the smallest seminar type class to the largest lecture theatre filled class. More importantly he not only talks about the technologies but how he encourages extraordinary participation and collaboration from his students by engaging them in meaningful learning activities. Although the video is 66 minutes long...pour a coffee, iced tea or glass of wine and enjoy this dynamic presentation from a master teacher." umanitoba.ca Dubbed "the explainer" by popular geek publication Wired because of his viral YouTube video that summarizes Web 2.0 in under five minutes, cultural anthropologist Michael Wesch brought his Web 2.0 wisdom to the University of Manitoba on June 17. During his presentation, the Kansas State University professor breaks down his attempts to integrate Facebook, Netvibes, Diigo, Google Apps, Jott, Twitter, and other emerging ...
  • Information literacy series overview This video provides an introduction to a series of 11 videos designed to help college students improve their information literacy skills. NOTE: Program notes are available at:
  • What is Literacy This media project addresses the ever present problem of illiteracy in America today. The project first establishes what illiteracy is and how it is defined according to most major literacy programs and world leaders. Secondly, the project illustrates the significance of illiteracy in contemporary America, its impact to not just the person who cannot read, but others around them and the detrimental effects it eventually has. Lastly, the program states the benefits of eliminating illiteracy and how it is a key contributor to a healthy society today.
  • what is literacy? literacy writing with video
  • What Does it Mean to be Literate in the 21st Century? (short version 8 min) This video is an exploration of the definition of literacy: more specifically, of what it means to be a literate person in the 21st Century. Both producers are reflective practitioners who have strong literacy backgrounds. As practising teachers they have a vested interest in this subject. The producers realize that new media in a technological world is shaping the lives of youth and that as a result, redefining the literacy skills that will be necessary for youth to be able to function successfully in the world they are growing up in. The latter implies, by necessity, that the how, what and why of teaching literacy must also change. As a result of having the supposed static, print-centric notion of literacy upturned, the producers became interested in finding out if other educators at their worksites were experiencing this shift and in exploring how these educators were grappling with the notion of what it means to be a literate person and the corresponding implications in terms of their own teaching practise. Were they indeed rethinking what it means to be literate in an information and communication technological world, or upholding the traditional print-centric, paper and pencil viewpoint? What Does it Mean to be Literate in the 21st Century? is an important and relevant issue that invites dialogue from all practising educators who work with youth. The world is changing and schools are required to make those changes necessary to help youth become fully competent ...
  • Adult Literacy Tutoring An Adult Literacy Tutor talks about why he got into tutoring and what he has gotten out of tutoring.
  • OSDE: Critical Literacy This is a video on Critical Literacy in the context of the 'Open Spaces for Dialogue and Enquiry' project (by Dr Vanessa Andreotti).
  • Info Literacy 10. Evaluating Information Sources Criteria to apply to evaluating both traditional and open web resources, including authority, timeliness, bias, and accuracy/credibility of content. Program notes are available at:
  • Science and Math Integrating Literacy in Early Childhood Explore how early childhood educators and parents can encourage science and math literacy through real world and classroom activities. Experts utilize current research to show how math and science learning can be integrated into early reading activities. [7/2008] [Science] [Education] [Show ID: 14224]
  • Fair Use for Media Literacy Education The Center for Social Media is proud to announce the upcoming release of the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education on November 11, 2009. This code is a step-by-step guide to fair use in an academic setting that enables teachers and students who use popular culture to know when their uses are legal. The Code of Best Practices was created in collaboration with the Washington College of Laws Program on Information, Justice and Intellectual Property and with our new partner Media Education Lab at Temple University. The Code will be released in hard copy in Philadelphia at the Kirby Auditorium on Tuesday, November 11th, and is available at /medialiteracy To get a sense of what the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy is all about, watch our Media Literacy video
  • Literacy Empowers (Illiteracy Awareness Documentary) Illiteracy is a plague that affects 600 million Asians. It hinders development and progress. It is the root of poverty and exploitation. Raise awareness. Literacy empowers. Footage by Giovanni Compiled by Chichi and Yashika (gr. 11) Narrated by Vikram (gr. 3) Singapore American School - Modern Asian Perspectives Class Check out more videos about social issues here:
  • Chris Hedges' Empire of Illusion | The New School THE NEW SCHOOL | www.newschool.edu Journalist Chris Hedges discusses his recent book Empire of Illusion the End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle. In it, he charts the dramatic rise of a post-literate society that craves fantasy, ecstasy, and illusion. Hedges argues we now live in two societies: one, the minority, functions in a print-based, literate world and can cope with complexity and can separate illusion from truth; the other, a growing majority, is retreating from a reality-based world into one of false certainty and magic where serious film and theater, as well as newspapers and books, are being pushed to the margins. Chris Hedges, author of War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, is currently a senior fellow at The Nation Institute and the Anschutz Distinguished Fellow at Princeton University. He writes for many publications, including Foreign Affairs, Harpers, The New York Review of Books, Granta, and Mother Jones. He is also a columnist for . Co-sponsored by the Writing Program | www.newschool.edu Department of Media Studies and Film | www.newschool.edu and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics | www.newschool.edu and * Location Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall. 12/08/2009 7:00 pm
  • Mark Federman on phonetic literacy "Phonetic literacy is one of the most profound inventions, technologies of human kind" Mark Federman has more than twenty-five years' experience thinking, writing and consulting about the impact of new technologies on how we work and learn His research is focused on our present conditions of ubiquitous connectivity and pervasive proximity, or "UCaPP." Until recently Mark Federman played the role of Chief Strategist at the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto. He is the co- author of McLuhan for Managers - New Tools for New Thinking. (Recorded on March 10, 2008)
  • STEM Literacy A video presentation of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum being implemented in Chesterfield schools.
  • Assignment: Media Literacy (elementary school intro) The activities and assignments in the elementary-level curriculum introduce children to some basic ideas in media literacy, such as attention-getting techniques, interpretations by different audiences, and the values that make certain stories newsworthy. Complete curriculum available at From Temple University's Media Education Lab ()
  • John Hope Bryant on financial literacy and fighting poverty John Hope Brant, founder of Project HOPE, answers The Davos Question, remiding that we are all entrepreuners and that the world's leading entrepreuners were once poor. Bryant ties issues of financial illiteracy not only to the poor, but to the middle classes as well, as evident in the subprime crisis.
  • Health literacy and patient safety: Help patients understand This video is part of a health literacy educational toolkit developed by the American Medical Association Foundation. For more information about their health literacy resources, visit /go/healthliteracy
  • Literacy, ELL, and Digital Storytelling: 21st Century Learning in Action, Life Academy, Oakland In Fall 2007 Life Academy Instructors and Bay Area Writing Project Teachers led students in a digital storytelling project. The semester-long integrated unit was grounded in the development of literacy, writing and 21st century skills. Pearson Foundation provided technology and coaching support and documented the stages of the unit from introduction to the culminating showcase.
  • Neil DeGrasse Tyson on science literacy - World Science Festival Neil DeGrasse Tyson talks to the crowd at the 2010 World Science Festival.
  • FINANCIAL LITERACY
  • Visual literacy Using visuals for intentional communication with others -Visual Literacy- involves the ability to construct and create meaning from visual images. Several controversial elements are described including- competencies and measurement lack of common theory verbal visual divide acquired a priori skill instrumental and substantive and critical theory.
  • Make Dreams Real - "Literacy" The first of a series of pieces based on RI President DK Lee's presidential emphases and created for Rotary International's 100th Convention highlights the organization's belief that everyone should have the opportunity to learn how to read and write.
  • Introduction to Earth Literacy Miriam MacGillis introduces a group to the basics of Earth Literacy - "seeing" Earth. Understanding correctly how Earth functions has become essential for our future.
  • Discover Information Literacy Four Instructional Technology graduate students at the University of Mary Washington collaborated to create this video defining and guiding students and teachers through information literacy including the premier of their innovative DISCOVER approach to teaching information literacy.
  • International Literacy Day 2010 Message from Irina Bokova on the occasion of the International Literacy Day
  • Neil Degrasse Tyson: "If you're scientifically literate the world looks very different to you" Full interview link: Conversations at KCTS 9: Neil Degrasse Tyson (Airdate: July 3,2009) "At least once a week, if not once a day, we might each ponder what cosmic truths lie undiscovered before us, perhaps awaiting the arrival of a clever thinker, an ingenious experiment, or an innovative space mission to reveal them. We might further ponder how those discoveries may one day transform life on Earth." ~Neil Tyson Also please check out the channel RevTyson for more NDT videos.
  • The Myth of Digital Literacy Is technology destroying our ability to write or reviving it? The new age of digital communication. Guests: Alice Robison, Nichole Pinkard, Mark Federman
  • Perfect Literacy Centers Perfect Literacy Centers for Elementary Grades
  • Show Your Media Literacy In celebration of Media Awareness Week (November 2-6, 2009) we are encouraging students, teachers, and the general public to create videos, digital stories, text, images or any digital media that showcases the different ways they are Media Literate. To get things started, we have created a video that is hosted here on our YouTube Channel (also located at drop.io More details about this event can be found at tr.im Watch the video and then we encourage you to create your own short digital representation of media literacy. Anyone can then upload their video responses or link to any digital artifact you create here in the comments to this video. Celebrating and Sharing: Teachers and students are encouraged to take part in this exposition of student media literacy, we encourage you to promote your activities with local media outlets and draw attention to the critical importance of developing media literacy in the digital age. We hope you choose to participate in this exciting event with your students. You may attend the Media Literacy evening in person on Monday, November 2, 2009, from 7:00 - 8:30 PM CST at the St. James-Assiniboia School Division's Professional Staff Development Centre (PSDC) - 150 Moray Street (access off of Portage Avenue) or via our uStream channel (www.ustream.tv where everything will be archived. If you have any questions regarding any aspect of this event, leave us a comment here.
  • e-literate Howard University Freshman Seminar
  • The Cost of Copyright Confusion for Media Literacy Research on how perceptions of copyright law affect media literacy educators, by Temple University's Media Education Lab () in collaboration with the Center for Social Media, American University. Funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
  • 21st Century Literacy An introduction to 21st century literacy...
  • Information Literacy: Identify Your Sources (Otis College) Identify what sources are good to use for your papers. Learn the difference between scholarly, academic, professional, popular, and substantive news publications and the benefits and uses for each. To effectively research for college-level papers, students must learn how to evaluate articles in journals and magazines. In this video, an art history professor at Otis College of Art and Design discusses some of the criteria useful in determining whether the information found is scholarly, popular, or professional. The same evaluation criteria may be applied to information found on websites and in books. Please see also the Otis Information Literacy website: library.otis.edu
  • Health Literacy Missouri
  • Comic Book Literacy Trailer This is the trailer for the documentary film "Comic Book Literacy" which showcases the use of comic books to promote literacy and education.
  • PIL2008 Project Information Literacy 2008
  • Digital Literacy in the Google Generation This short video is a visual essay for Writing 142 class. The video focuses on why we need a critical digital literacy in the Google age.