Literacy and literacy training and issues, for (1) citizens who are not literate in any language and (2) new citizens or immigrants who wish or need to learn the dominant "tongue" as a second language. There appear to be quite a few acronyms, which are often explained on the site in question.
I.e., ESOL is English as Second Language, and so on.
Contains articles, resources, conference and organization information, and other documents regarding the changing nature of literacy. Literacy in the information age is usually considered to encompass a variety of new literacies, including media literacy, computer literacy, visual literacy, and information literacy, but also the ways that traditional print literacy is changing as well.
URLs specifically on how to work with, say, media, might better go under media or media literacy per se. This site is primarily for consideration of overall changes in literacy practices.