2.3  |  The library selects and organizes online resources to help patrons learn digital literacy skills (e.g., how-to-guides and videos, tutorials, practice activities)

Libraries that meet this criteria have developed a collection of digital literacy web resources that have been evaluated and kept current by librarians based on the skill levels, needs, and interests of community members. Resources should be thoughtfully curated and webpages offering these links should offer descriptive text to help patrons choose resources appropriate for their needs. Links to digital literacy resources that are spread out throughout the site, are not maintained or described, or are simply links to other websites that have collected links do not demostrate sufficient collection development practice to meet this criteria. Subscription access to services such as Lynda.com or Microsoft IT Academy in the absence of other collections of resources is not sufficient to meet this criteria.

Answer Yes if you provide a webpage that contains an organized collection of online resources for digital literacy that are current and relevant to the community.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if you do not have a webpage with digital literacy resources, if your links to digital literacy resources is not carefully selected to meet the needs of your community, or your online digital literacy resources are not intentionally organized, but you plan to improve these resources to meet the indicator criteria in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you would like to offer carefully selected and organized digital literacy resources through your website but cannot at this time.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if you have decided not to assemble collections of online digital literacy resources, or have decided not to organize and maintain current links to sufficiently enough to meet the indicator criteria.