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- Microsoft Digital Literacy, covering computing skills and technical training.
- Northstar Digital Literacy Project, a free-self-paced module to asses students' skills in basic computer use, Internet, Windows operating system, MAC OS, email, and word processing.
- Arlington Education and Employment Program (REEP) Reepworld, full of online exercises
- REEP Technology Curriculum, offering lessons that focus on basic computer and word processing skills, Internet navigation, and email.
- Work and Technology Modules, featuring lesson plans on several types of skills, including job applications and cover letters.
- Goodwill Community Foundation (GCF) Learn Free, including self-paced learning modules on computer skills, basic literacy, ESL, and more.
- Federal Digital Literacy Portal offers content form a variety of sources, enables discussion and collaboration among users and elevates best practices to improve the quality of digital literacy offerings.
- Digital Basics helps students at Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels earn the basic terminology to computer literacy, understand how to use current and future tools, and get a better understanding of how to navigate the Internet.
- Cells Alive!, Offers fun, easy-to-understand information and animations on cell biology, microbiology, immunology, and microscopy.
- The National Archives: Docs Teach, for primary source documents and sample passages from history that relate to the great American conversation.
- Primary Sources: At the Heart of the Common Core State Standards defines primary sources at the elementary and secondary levels and explains their connection to the new Common Core standards.
- National Geographic World Maps provides a variety of interactive world maps, including map puzzles and explorer tools.
- Library of Congress offers free e-book series for iPads The Library of Congress has released a set of free e-books for iPad users. The Student Discovery Series covers the U.S. Constitution, the Dust Bowl, the Harlem Renaissance, immigration, symbols of the United States and the cosmos. Teaching resources come with the sets. The books are available for download from iBooks.
- ProCon.org: Promoting critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan, primarily pro-con format.