Visit updated curricular materials at!

The ADL online curriculum delivery system at is up and running!

Beginning next school year (2017-18) the original PDF curriculum documents will no longer be supported. All teachers will be required to access the updated curriculum via our new platform.

Registration Instructions:

To set up your account, visit and complete the registration form. Upon successful submission of the form, the system will email you your username. (Check your junk mail if you do not receive the email in your inbox). Locate your username in the email and use it, plus the password you selected, to sign into the site.

Trouble with logging in? Be sure that you have taken the following steps:

  • Ensure that your browser accepts cookies.
  • Turn off any third-party ad blocking or content filtering software.
  • Turn on Javascript.
  • Ensure that you are using the latest version of your web browser. (We recommend using Firefox and Chrome web browsers).
  • Clear your browser cache/history.
  • Add to your email contacts so that you are sure to receive site messages.
  • You may also wish to ask your IT department to white list the site.

If you have questions, please send an email to Also, please use that address to send us any feedback you have about the system.

All the best,

The ADL Team

Our ADL webinar series starts September 20th, and we look forward to sharing new features with you.

We also invite you to ask questions, connect with other teachers, and provide feedback about the system so that we may improve it to meet your needs.

Art and Media Communications I and II
September 20, 2016 at 8:00 PM

Theatre and Media Communications
September 20, 2016 at 4:30 PM

Music and Media Communications with
Dance and Media Communications I and II

September 22, 2016 at 8:30 PM

If you have questions, please send an email to Also, please use that address to send us any feedback you have about the system.

All the best,

The ADL Team

This grant enables you to purchase technology or cover other financial costs associated with implementing the curriculum!

For more information and to apply, visit

August 1-3, 2016
Austin ISD Performing Arts Center
Register Today!

Learn how to become Digital Pioneers

  • Master how to meaningfully
    integrate technology into your
    Fine Arts classroom
  • Create the conditions in your
    classroom which allow the innate skills of creativity to surface and
    become habits of mind
  • Experience our new Curriculum Delivery System, an online platform with daily lesson plans, rubrics,
    power points, and other tools
    for your classroom
  • Teach the Arts & Digital Literacy
  • Engage in the 7E Model of
    Instructional Design

20 CPE Hours

To register, please visit

Due to website issues, we have extended the 2016 Classroom Technology Grant application deadline to Friday, April 15th!

This grant funding may be used to help supplement the classroom technology needed to successfully implement the Arts & Digital Literacy courses in your schools.



Grantees will be notified by Wednesday, June 1.

The Classroom Technology Grant provides support for Arts & Digital Literacy classes, which are aligned with the new TEKS and approved for Fine Arts Credit.

Learn more or apply online by clicking here.

Grantees will be required to attend the
2016 Arts & Digital Literacy Institute, August 1-3, in Austin, Texas

Upload your student artwork to the Google communities! Go to your Media Communications board and use the hashtag that applies to your Media Communications course: #AMC, #DMC, #MMC, or #TMC

August 1st - August 3rd, 2016
AISD Performing Arts Center
1500 Barbara Jordan Boulevard, Austin

Three day intensive, hands-on professional development opportunity to learn more about the curriculum and how to integrate technology into your arts classroom.

Register now!

The Arts & Digital Literacy Curriculum develops students' capacities for critical thinking, creativity, imagination, and innovation through technology-integrated fine arts instruction.

All Arts & Digital Literacy Classes are approved for
Fine Arts Credit. Download courses and other resources for free.

The Institute will help prepare arts educators to teach the new Arts and Digital Literacy classes, which are approved for fine arts credit in 2015-16. Based on the 7-E model of instruction, Arts and Digital Literacy classes offer an exciting option for teaching critical 21st Century Skills through technology-integrated fine arts courses.

This intensive 2.5 day professional development opportunity will be held August 4-6th.

To register visit: