This presentation identifies the high-level demands for critical Internet literacies and indicates how to develop them when reading with digital technologies. Based on recent challenges faced by literacy learners, he outlines and provides practical examples of nine strategies for enhancing critical Internet literacies. For example, the strategy to Be Alert! Be Suspicious! induces readers to be circumspect of web material by asking questions, raising doubts, noticing discordant details, and making it challenging to be convinced. The strategy to Integrate Information Across Sources directs readers to think laterally and vertically among the many modes of information, remaining open to more than one possible meaning or interpretation for the task or challenge the are addressing. In all, seven other strategies will be presented with classroom-focused examples.