NELIG Webinar: Visual Literacy for the Info Lit Instructor - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good morning, all! Should I be hearing sound yet? :)
Yes, you should double check your sound on the bottom left
Nancy Siker MIAD
Yes there is sound I am using headphone with computer or microphone
can we use this grumpy cat meme? will it be posted somewhere?
Will a recording of this Webinar be available? Thanks!
Yes, we’ll email everyone who registered with a link to the recording.
Can you say something about the background/credibility of Google Arts and Culture? So we can promote its validity to students?
Would you mind stating the importance of visual literacy with respect to our current socio-political state of communication and creative expression?
thank you, Micki. I am looking forward to sharing this recording with our Graphic Design professor and library research consultants.
Do you feel that image resources offer enough tools for visual literacy? Such as browse and analyze? Or should that not be a part of these types of resources?
Thank you very much.
and inaccurate visuals are soooo powerful!
How do you handle the conversation around Creative Commons licenses and do you think the licenses contribute to confusion around copyright?
What about accessibility for people with visual disabilities? e.g., in designing presentations, etc. Is there a balance? Are there any resources you would recommend on this topic?
There was an accessibility webinar awhile back. That might be a good starting point.
Speaking of inaccurate visuals, how do you talk about breaking down Facebook political memes?
what has been your biggest challenge with getting faculty buy-in?
Nancy Siker MIAD
Thank you this was helpful.
Thank you, very helpful!
Jordana Shaw MCC
thank you, Micki, this was really useful and interesting -- and visually-appealing :-)
Thanks, Micki. This was a great presentation!