Google offers free tool for teaching digital literacy

01/14/2013 | EdTech magazine

As educators struggle with how to teach students to conduct proper online research, Google's Search Education is a free resource that offers lesson plans and activities designed to teach digital literacy. To help students develop their online-research skills, the resource offers free instructor-led courses on top searching techniques, "A Google A Day" challenges and live training.

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