Wednesday, April 4, 2018
11am - 12pm EST Facilitated by Micki Harrington
Visual literacy can seem like just the latest buzzword, or a term relegated to art and museum libraries, but librarians have actually been incorporating it all along. As teachers of information literacy we expect our students to evaluate information found in text, but also how to read charts, identify bias in infographics, or tell whether a photograph has been edited.
Academic-turned-art librarian Micki Harrington provided an introduction to visual literacy outcomes, examples of the amazing work librarians are already doing, and ideas for larger initiatives at your institution. Micki is the Art & Design Librarian at Lesley University Library.
|Wednesday, April 4th|
New England Library Instruction Group
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM