Digital Literacy

Education is all about preparing students for tomorrow's success. Though today's students are digital natives, many of them do not have the digital literacy skills they need to succeed in school, college, and the workplace. Students have more access to technology than ever before, so it's critical that they know how to protect themselves online and ethically use digital resources. Our web-delivered products are designed for flexible delivery in a variety of implementation models.

EasyTech: Build Your K-8 Students' Digital Literacy Skills

Prepare your Students for Academic Success

Equip students with critical skills including keyboarding, word processing, digital citizenship, and online safety, as well as media and information literacy skills.


K-8 students develop 21st century skills by working through real-world problems.

Address digital literacy skills with Six projects per grade level; two in ELA, two in math, and one each in science and social studies. Projects help students learn about productivity tools, internet research, multimedia presentations, online communication, and more!

Project NextTech: Bring 21st Century Skills into High School

Students gain skills for college and their future career opportunities.

Self-paced, two-semester high school course based on curriculum developed by Generation YES® helps students develop technology proficiency, information literacy, and media literacy skills.

Digital Citizenship App: Equip Your Grade 6-9 Students to Become Good Digital Citizens.

Ensure students know how to use devices safely and effectively.

This easy-to-use app provides comprehensive instruction on subjects like online safety, ethical use of digital resources, and cyberbullying. Included reporting functionality helps districts meet the online safety and cyberbullying instruction requirements for E-Rate funding.

21st Century Skills Assessment: Gauge Students' Grasp of Critical Skills

Teachers Get ISTE-aligned Data to Inform Instruction

Test your students' grasp of 21st century skills, including technology operations, information literacy, digital citizenship, critical thinking, decision making, and creativity and innovation to inform instruction. 

TechLiteracy Assessment: Measure Student Understanding of Technology Concepts and Skills

Teachers can pinpoint students' technology challenges.

Elementary and middle school assessments provide accurate data on students' technology skills. Analyze the data you need to meet accountability requirements and identify teaching strategies to help students improve.

WayFind: Help your Teachers Succeed in the 21st Century Classroom

Identify skill gaps and target Professional Development.

This ISTE-aligned teacher assessment provides meaningful data to help you understand how well teachers grasp 21st century teaching skills.

Engage Your Students with Digital Content

Students love digital content. They become more engaged in their learning and can learn in a way that works best for them - helping them master new standards and succeed on assessments. Get the tools you need to easily access, organize, and share quality digital content with your teachers and students.

Digital Content Tools