Letters to Net Literacy from Middle School Students November 16, 2021 Harshman Middle School students in Dr. Caren Lettofsky’s class have the chance to learn STEM skills and give less fortunate classmates a gift that will help them complete their homework in 2022. Each year, Dr. Lettofsky teaches teams of students about computers – including … Read More » “Letters to Net Literacy from Middle School Students”
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving the next wave of technological innovation, and is changing almost every industry around us. With the expansion and ubiquity of AI being a motivating factor in the decisions and need for all children to develop their understanding of Computer Science, it is logical that children also must need to develop … Read More » “From CSER: Teaching artificial intelligence in the secondary classroom”
What better way for Net Literacy student volunteers to ring out 2018 than by donating the 43,000th computer to a nonprofit that provides food and other assistance to homeless families in Indianapolis! Since 2003 and beginning at Carmel Middle School and then extending to school districts throughout Indiana, middle and high school student volunteers have worked … Read More » “Net Literacy Ends 2018 By Donating it’s 43,000th Computer to Homeless Families!”
Beginning at Carmel Middle School in 2003 and still going strong at Carmel High School over 15 years later, friendly student volunteers continue to “adopt” senior citizens to answer their questions and in 2019, help them better be able to use their laptops, tablets and smartphones. When the Senior Connects program first started, Net Literacy’s … Read More » “Carmel High School Students Teach Senior Citizens Digital Literacy Skills”
Google Safety Center Learn more Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, a teen, or just curious about digital literacy and citizenship, you’ve come to the right place. Google and our partners have compiled a short list of helpful resources for getting to know the web. Read on, and continue to explore the wonders of the … Read More » “Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, a teen, or just curious about digital literacy and citizenship, Google and its partners have a list of resources to help you get to know the web.”
From our friends at A Platform for Good – it’s the perfect holiday gift! Click on the link to surprise your “friendly adults” with the gift of knowledge for the holidays! http://www.aplatformforgood.org/pages/holiday-technology-coupons And endorsed by your friends at Net Literacy. Happy “Digital Literacy” Holidays!
Net Literacy’s computer, Internet, email, safety, and social networking training manuals are available to all schools, nonprofits, and parents that use them for teaching. For profit organizations that use our content for noble reasons can also use or repurpose them. As an example, Google Russia used our computer, Internet, email, and social networking training manuals … Read More » “Houston Public Libraries Base Their Computer and Safety Training on Net Literacy’s Content”
Did you know that 84% of Millennials who made a donation to an organization last year gave or wanted to give online? What about that 80% of social media-using teens say they have defended victims of online harassment? Did you know that 84% of Millennials who made a donation to an organization last year gave or … Read More » “A Platform for Good Shows How Millennials Use Technology for Good!”
In 2003, a team of middle school students founded Net Literacy and today, middle school students are still making a difference! To read more, click on the image below or to read the article directly at At Fishers by clicking on this LINK.