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Are You Information Savvy?: Instructor Resources

Instructor Resources

The resources below are in addition to the resources listed within the pages of this guide.

For support in integrating digital information literacy into your teaching, please contact us at:

Learning technologies support at the UofS:

Other Projects:

  • UBC Digital Tattoo: "raise questions, provide examples and links to resources to encourage you to think about your presence online, navigate the issues involved in forming and re-forming your digital identity and learn about your rights and responsibilities as a digital citizen".
  • Seneca Sandbox: Digital literacy program at Seneca providing support to faculty and students via online resources, workshops, equipment., and consultations. 
  • The Open University: Being Digital: Skills for Life Online: "A collection of short, easy to follow activities covering skills needed to be effective online, whether it’s searching efficiently, critically evaluating information, communicating and sharing online, or selecting the right online tool for your needs."
  • All Aboard: Collaboration of higher education institutions in Ireland "that aims to empower learners, teachers, and anyone who uses technology to support their work, their study, or other aspects of living in a digital age."


  • Calling Bullshit: Data Reasoning in a Digital World: University of Washington, where the course synopsis is summarized as "our world is saturated with bullshit. Learn to detect and defuse it". The course materials including lectures videos, readings, and case studies, are available online.
  • Fake News, Lies, and Propaganda: an online, 7 week / module course from the University Michigan Libraries (includes slides, lesson plans, assignments)

Open Textbooks: