BBC WebWise: A comprehensive guide for computer and Internet beginners.
Center for Digital Education: National research institute that analyzes the newest technology trends.
Edutopia: Guide for parents looking to navigate the digital and social media worlds their children grew up in.
Federal Trade Commission: Get free information about how to protect yourself and your children's information online.
PBS: Online webinars for parents and teachers on digital literacy.
A selection of digital learning programs
Khan Academy: Free online classes in math, science, humanities and computer programming for students, teachers, principals and adults.
Lexia Learning: Interactive reading skill program for students in kindergarten to fifth grade. Free download available online.
Microsoft DreamSpark: Free online software and development tools for students and teachers.
OpenStax: Open source learning material for students in elementary school through college.
PBS Kids: Free online learning games for young children.
Tools for teachers
California School Library Association: Free interactive web tutorials for teachers and school librarians looking to use blogs, podcasts and other interactive tools in the classroom.
Digital California Project: The state-funded project provides K-12 schools with a statewide, education-focused network.
Edmodo: Includes a classroom collaboration site for students and teachers.
Google for Education: Online productivity and collaboration tools for teachers and students.
Moodle: Open source course management software for teachers.
Prezi: Free presentation platform for students and teachers.
TED Ed: Free video lessons from the experts. Teachers can use the lessons or create their own.