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  • From CNET Pictures that Lie. Oprah’s head on Ann Margret’s body from 1979. original mug shot of oj on left. Darkened on the right by time. Katie couric given a slimming by CBS
  • Picture this

    1. 1. PictureThis… Visual Literacy in the 21st Century “Eye See.” Lom-Cam. 2010. CC License.
    2. 2. This photo was taken on June 28, 2007 in Northern Territory, AU. CC license. Flutterby1972.
    3. 3. WhyVL Standards Now? Question Mark. Marco Belluci. 2010. CC License.
    4. 4. Everyone seems to be an image creator… “Peter Pan.” Design for a CD cover. CC license.
    5. 5. From CNET: Pictures that Lie The Photoshop Effect
    6. 6. Parallels IL Practices: Critical Thinking, Evaluation H. Manon. CC License. 2010
    7. 7. Visual Literacy Define the Need Evaluate Find/Access Create Understand Ethical Use Interpret Use
    8. 8. What is different from ACRL Information Literacy Standards? VL Standard 3: The visually literate student interprets and analyzes the meaning of images and visual media. VL Standard 6: The visually literate student designs and creates meaningful images and visual media. From ACRL 2011 Panel on Visual Literacy, Philadelphia
    9. 9. Think about our students…
    10. 10.  HighlyVisual  Comfortable with Collaboration  Accustomed to Learner-Centric Instruction  Tech-Savvy o Not Always Information-Savvy
    11. 11. How Do we Teach VL?
    12. 12. AVisual Literacy Exercise Karthik Sudhir. 2010. CC License.
    13. 13. Create a Conversation….
    14. 14. VTS Questions: What is happening in this picture? What makes you say that? What else do you see? VTS:VisualThinking Strategies:
    15. 15. West Virginia Glass Factories Lewis Hine. Joe Beafore. Fairmont, W. Virginia. 1908. (l) Lewis Hine. Boys at the Lehr. W. Virginia. 1908 (r)
    16. 16. Young night worker in glass factory West Virginia 1908 Lewis Hine
    17. 17. The Factory: 9 p.m. in an Indiana Glass Works. Copyright History Place.

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