info literacy

Free resources for students and teachers: 

Teacher Tools & Resources

PD, classroom lessons, free posters, and more! 


Free e-learning platform with self-paced, interactive lessons on information literacy 

Civic Online Reasoning

Lessons by Stanford History Education Group


Crash Course: "Navigating Digital Information" 

A series of 10 YouTube videos by John Green

Top 4 Tips to Spot Bad Science Reporting

from KQED "Above the Noise"

Why Your Newsfeed Sucks

from SmarterEveryDay

Check out this analysis of the reliability of popular media. Sources used for factual research should be towards the top center of the media bias chart. 

NOTE: this chart - which is available to view online - rates popular media (news sources, blogs, and other websites). It does not include academic journals, which are typically found in subscription services.