Last week, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke unveiled DigitalLiteracy.Gov, “a new website that provides libraries, community colleges, schools and workforce training centers a variety of resources and tools for teaching computer and Internet skills, which are increasingly necessary for success in today’s economy.”
I don’t think most teachers familiar with tech are going to find a whole lot of new resources in the site’s “educator tools” section, but I did find the “learn the basics” list interesting. There are other sections, too, and people can contribute resources to them.
I’m adding the site to The Best Websites For Students To Learn About Computers.
Thanks to Josie Fraser for the tip.