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Generation YES and Learning.com Partner to Create Project NextTech

The nonprofit Generation YES® organization and Learning.com have announced Project NextTech, an online high school digital literacy survey course designed to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a digital world.
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The nonprofit Generation YES® organization and Learning.com have announced Project NextTech, an online high school digital literacy survey course designed to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a digital world.

Project NextTech curriculum is organized around three core literacies: technology literacy, information literacy and media literacy. Students learn through guided explorations, challenging activities, and rigorous technology-infused projects.

“Project NextTech helps students develop a strong understanding of 21st century tools and applications to help them succeed academically.” says Keith Oelrich, Learning.com CEO. “This solution also helps students become resourceful learners and critical consumers who are able to evaluate digital information for credibility, context and bias.”

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