Center for News Literacy. Digital Resource Center
News Literacy, a curriculum developed at Stony Brook University in New York over the past eight years, is designed to help students develop the critical thinking skills needed to judge the reliability and credibility of information, whether it come via print, television or the Internet. Curriculum and web content is available free on the site. Visitors are required to register to access content. With funding from the McCormick and MacArthur Foundations, the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook
has built a feed of fresh materials, a searchable archive of past materials, a semiprivate forum for professional discussions, a publishing platform, a teacher-training course and a new course-development template. All of that is available to registered users via smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.