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NELIG Webinar: Visual Literacy for the Info Lit Instructor - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathy Burris
32:47
yes
Kati MacFarline
34:31
Good morning, all! Should I be hearing sound yet? :)
dani
34:54
Yes, you should double check your sound on the bottom left
Nancy Siker MIAD
34:56
Yes there is sound I am using headphone with computer or microphone
Nadine
43:54
can we use this grumpy cat meme? will it be posted somewhere?
rpiccini
53:16
Will a recording of this Webinar be available? Thanks!
Eleta Exline
53:37
Yes, we’ll email everyone who registered with a link to the recording.
holycross
01:14:53
Can you say something about the background/credibility of Google Arts and Culture? So we can promote its validity to students?
ra1F
01:16:30
Would you mind stating the importance of visual literacy with respect to our current socio-political state of communication and creative expression?
svanderploeg
01:16:31
thank you, Micki. I am looking forward to sharing this recording with our Graphic Design professor and library research consultants.
gwitthuhn
01:16:43
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?
Nadine
01:17:23
thanks!
ra1F
01:19:57
Thank you very much.
svanderploeg
01:20:43
and inaccurate visuals are soooo powerful!
rupemega
01:20:47
How do you handle the conversation around Creative Commons licenses and do you think the licenses contribute to confusion around copyright?
rupemega
01:22:34
Thank you
kelly
01:22:38
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?
rupemega
01:24:01
There was an accessibility webinar awhile back. That might be a good starting point.
rupemega
01:24:26
Speaking of inaccurate visuals, how do you talk about breaking down Facebook political memes?
svanderploeg
01:24:35
what has been your biggest challenge with getting faculty buy-in?
Nancy Siker MIAD
01:27:00
Thank you this was helpful.
klabadorf
01:27:04
Thank you, very helpful!
kelly
01:27:08
Thanks!
Nancy
01:27:09
thank you!
Jen B
01:27:10
Thanks, Micki!
Jordana Shaw MCC
01:27:16
Thanks!
rdreyer
01:27:16
thank you!
Nadine
01:27:18
great presentation!
peneumann@WPI.EDU
01:27:19
Thank you!!
sstaumku
01:27:20
thank you!!
svanderploeg
01:27:24
thank you, Micki, this was really useful and interesting -- and visually-appealing :-)
constance.vrattos
01:27:37
Thanks, Micki. This was a great presentation!