The following resources are meant to help library staff plan and provide digital literacy instruction for a variety of populations.
The Northstar Learning Guide by the St. Paul Public Library is a study guide for the NorthStar Digital Literacy Assessment, with study resources aligned to each of the NorthStar modules on topics from basic computer use, Microsoft Office, Internet basics, social media and information literacy.
Digital Learn by the Public Library Association has resources on a range of technology topics, which are available in Spanish as well as English. Learn more about setting up a branded Digital Learn site, which allows for customized content and tracking impact through learner analytics.
GCF Learn Free has self-guided learning resources on a wide range of practical computer topics, from typing to Microsoft to using Etsy. GCL Learn Free also has teacher guides and educator resources for incorporating GCL Learn Free into your digital literacy trainings and classes.
TechBoomers is a free educational website that teaches older adults and inexperienced internet basic computer skills about websites that can help improve their quality of life, like social media, Netflix and even online dating and provides free, downloadable marketing materials.