Originally presented September 14, 2022
What is visual literacy, and why should you make it a part of your information literacy instruction?
Today’s college students are surrounded by images. Students encounter images on social media and use them in academic projects in every kind of class imaginable.
In this webinar, Nicole Fox defines visual literacy and discusses how you can empower students across the disciplines to be effective and ethical image creators and users. Attendees learn how to help students evaluate and find different kinds of images, with practical examples for a variety of classes.
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Visual Literacy Across the Disciplines Slides
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