Developed and maintained by the Youth and Media team at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, the Digital Citizenship+ Resource Platform (DCPR; formerly called the Digital Literacy Resource Platform) works with a variety of stakeholders including young people, educators, researchers, and practitioners to co-design resources and tools focused on the digital world. With a variety of useful resources and tools, this site delivers a collection of "learning experiences, visualizations and other educational resources," which can be used in both formal and informal settings. The site can be explored by young people or used by parents or teachers to create discussions and activities around topics critical to today's youth. From artificial intelligence to computational thinking and identity exploration, there is well-developed curriculum and other resources to explore and integrate into classroom settings. The project is working to make materials available to wider audiences with a subset of the resources available in over 35 languages - and continued translation happening over time.