MIL for me

"MIL for me" is an online training resource on media and information literacy containing a module for teachers and school-librarians, another module for students, lesson plans and suggested methods for working with Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in schools.
 
There is also a separate training module for librarians at public libraries. The resources can be consulted in Swedish at http://statensmedierad.se/larommedier/mikformigdigitalutbildning.916.html
 
The module on online relationship is now available in English, for both teachers and students.
Currently the resources are part of the eTwinning learning event on eSafety and digital skills, which will run from 1-12 April 2016. For more information visit: https://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/progress/learning_events.htm
 
Supporting documents :
Chapter on online relationships

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