This project titled, “The Modernization of Digital Information Technology” includes a significant collaboration of program support staff, academic faculty, and consultants from the University of South Florida, Hillsborough and Pinellas County public schools, and industry subject matter experts. The focus of this collaborative project is to provide freely available and accessible resources to teachers and students throughout the State of Florida public school system that are required to execute the Florida Department of Education student performance standards curriculum for Digital Information Technology (DIT) (8207310). Additionally, the content included in this project is useful for any 8th – 12th grade course which requires foundational knowledge in digital information technology topics. These resources include products such as a DIT textbook, Canvas course, comic book, and a variety of multi-media instructional content. Teaching resources such as lesson plans and student activities are included. Content included in the student resources will be made freely available for download in both English and in some cases Spanish. Additionally, digital resources have been carefully designed to assist students with some disabilities.
Browse The Modernization of Digital Information Technology Collections:
- Fundamentals of Information Technology: Textbook – English
- Fundamentals of Information Technology: Textbook – Spanish
- Who is Commodore 64? A Digital Information Technology Tale – Comic Book
- Digital Information Technology Canvas Course
This project was supported by the Cybersecurity and IT Pathways grant from the Florida Department of Education through Cyber Florida, project number 291-1231C-2C001, funding authority 84.425C-D CRRSA ACT ESSER II 84.425D & GEER II 84.425C, FAIN#: S425C210052. More information at cyberflorida.org/pathways/
Project point of contact
Dr. Clinton Daniel, project Primary Investigator – email@example.com
Acknowledging the many people who contributed to the project.