Editorial Policy

Editorial Philosophy

Compelling, authoritative digital literacy and cyber citizenship content from Rosen Publishing—a gold standard in nonfiction resources for over fifty years—is available online for the first time, in Digital Literacy.

In keeping with Rosen tradition, all content in Digital Literacy is created for teens with their unique concerns and perspective in mind. Information throughout is presented in an accessible, interactive manner to help students in their lives as 21st century learners. Teen-friendly articles make complex topics understandable. Promoting digital literacy and contemporary and traditional research skills, Digital Literacy is an invaluable learning tool.

Digital Literacy provides comprehensive curricular support. Correlated to Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts (ELA), AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner, 2016 ISTE Standards for Students (ISTE-S), and state standards for technology, Digital Literacy is a rich, reliable source that covers the entire digital information spectrum: from social networks, safety, privacy, and tools for the digital age to career information and the biographies of the movers and shakers shaping the Internet today. Content is sourced from a talented range of digital literacy experts, educators, and authors with experience tailoring material for teens. Dynamic videos and interactive activities partner with this age-appropriate text to offer learners content that is both required and inspired. Digital Literacy covers the subjects that are high-interest and absolutely essential for today’s students and tomorrow’s digital pioneers.

Digital Literacy draws on Rosen’s extensive and growing list of more than 70 new and backlist books from its most trusted and respected series. Through a rigorous editorial process, all content is thoroughly reviewed and revised as needed for online use. Content is written by professional writers, experienced in communicating to a teen audience and with expertise in a range of digital literacy and cyber citizenship subjects and themes.

Digital Literacy does not accept advertising.

Accessibility


At Digital Literacy, we are committed to ensuring that our products are accessible to all users, including persons with disabilities.

Digital Literacy meets all level-one guidelines of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. It is also designed to meet Priority 1 and 2 of the Web 3 Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. Compliance with each of these guidelines has also been documented and reviewed during the visual design build phase.

If you have trouble accessing or reading any part of this site, please contact us.

External Links and Resources

All recommended Web sites and organizations are annotated and reviewed by Rosen Digital’s team of editors, professionals experienced in creating content for teens.

However, since Web content is constantly changing, the Rosen Publishing Group recommends that teens check with their parents or teachers before visiting any linked Web sites.

Recommended nonfiction books are based on careful assessment of the quality, accuracy, and currency of available age-appropriate titles.

Citations

All citations appear in MLA 7 (Modern Language Association) format, APA (American Psychological Association) format, and Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition) format.