Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum
The Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum is a growing collection of training materials designed to build information literacies for the millions of people worldwide coming online every month via a mobile phone. Most information and digital literacy curricula were designed for a PC age, and public and private organizations around the world have used these curricula to help newcomers use computers and the internet effectively and safely. The better curricula address not only skills, but also concepts and attitudes. The central question for this project is: what are the relevant skills, concepts, and attitudes for people using mobiles, not PCs, to access the internet?
|Kenya Curriculum – All Modules||View||Download|
|Module 1: Intro to the Mobile Internet and Smartphones||Download|
|Module 2: Mobile Security and Information Searching||Download|
|Module 3: Making mobile phones and the mobile internet work for you||Download|
|Module 4: Using library resources on mobile phones||Download|
|Myanmar Curriculum – All Modules||View||Download||Download|
|Module 1: Introduction to Mobile ICTs||View||Download||Download|
|Module 2: A Mobile Lens on the Internet||View||Download||Download|
|Module 3: Basic Web Searching via Mobile Devices||View||Download||Download|
|Module 4: Working Online and Using Information via Mobile Devices||View||Download||Download|
|Module 5: Putting It All Together||View||Download||Download|
|Module 6: Module 5 Project Presentations||View||Download||Download|
Use, Adapt, Share
The curriculum materials are offered here with a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license, so others are free to use, adapt, and share the materials with attribution. We are also available to help organizations create customized materials based on their particular country or regional contexts and literacy training needs.
If you have questions on the curriculum or would like more information on how we can help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also encourage individuals and organizations that use and adapt this curriculum and training to provide us with any feedback, ideas, and adapted materials. There are many ways you can do this: email email@example.com, leave a comment and upload materials on the main Mobile Information Literacy curriculum webpage.