Visual literacy standards and metadata

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These slides are companions to a discussion of the ACRL visual literacy standards and metadata.

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  • 1. ACRL Visual Literacy StandardsSLIDES AT SLIDESHARE.NET/ROBINFAY
  • 2. ACRL Visual LiteracyWhy do we need these?Digital world  Wired and wireless  Mobile  New technology and capabilities every day  Data (& metadata driven)  User centered / personalized  Social / sharing  Image based  Learning differently Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 3. ACRL Visual LiteracyOur students are different – we are different.  11+ hours on media – average student time  We LEARN from youtube – they learn from youtube  We document our lives - they document their lives  It is visual.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_XNG3Mndww Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 4. ACRL Visual LiteracyVisual Literacy DefinedVisual literacy is a set of abilities that enablesan individual to effectively find, interpret,evaluate, use, and create images andvisual media. Visual literacy skills equip alearner to understand and analyze thecontextual, cultural, ethical, aesthetic,intellectual, and technical componentsinvolved in the production and use ofvisual materials. A visually literate individual isboth a critical consumer of visual media and acompetent contributor to a body of sharedknowledge and culture. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 5. ACRL Visual LiteracyVisual Literacy Defined• In an interdisciplinary, higher education environment, a visuallyliterate individual is able to:• Determine the nature and extent of the visual materials needed• Find and access needed images and visual media effectively andefficiently• Interpret and analyze the meanings of images and visual media• Evaluate images and their sources Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 6. ACRL Visual LiteracyVisual Literacy Defined•  Use images and visual media effectively• Design and create meaningful images and visual media• Understand many of the ethical, legal, social, and economic issuessurrounding the creation and use of images and visual media, andaccess and use visual materials ethically Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 7. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 1The visually literate student determines the nature and extent ofthe visual materials needed.Performance Indicators:1.       The visually literate student defines and articulates the needfor an image.2.     The visually literate student identifies a variety of imagesources, materials, and types. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 8. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 2The visually literate student finds and accesses needed images andvisual media effectively and efficiently.Performance indicators:1.      The visually literate student selects the most appropriatesources and retrieval systems for finding and accessing neededimages and visual media.2.    The visually literate student conducts effective image searches.3.    The visually literate student acquires and organizes images andsource information. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 9. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 3  The visually literate student interprets and analyzes the meaningsof images and visual media.Performance indicators:1.The visually literate student identifies information relevant to animage’s meaning.2.  The visually literate student situates an image in its cultural,social, and historical contexts.3.  The visually literate student identifies the physical, technical, anddesign components of an image.4.The visually literate student validates interpretation and analysisof images through discourse with others. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 10. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 4  The visually literate student evaluates images and their sources.Performance indicators:1.The visually literate student evaluates the effectiveness andreliability of images as visual communications.2. The visually literate student evaluates the aesthetic and technicalcharacteristics of images.3.   The visually literate student evaluates textual informationaccompanying images.4.The visually literate student makes judgments about the reliabilityand accuracy of image sources. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 11. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 5  The visually literate student uses images and visual mediaeffectively.Performance indicators:1.The visually literate student uses images effectively for differentpurposes.2. The visually literate student uses technology effectively to workwith images.3. The visually literate student uses problem solving, creativity, andexperimentation to incorporate images into scholarly projects.4.The visually literate student communicates effectively with andabout images. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 12. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 6  The visually literate student designs and creates meaningfulimages and visual media.Performance indicators:1.The visually literate student produces visual materials for a rangeof projects and scholarly uses.2. The visually literate student uses design strategies and creativityin image and visual media production.3. The visually literate student uses a variety of tools andtechnologies to produce images and visual media.4.The visually literate student evaluates personally created visualproducts. Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 13. ACRL Visual LiteracyStandard 7  The visually literate student understands many of the ethical,legal, social, and economic issues surrounding the creation and useof images and visual media, and accesses and uses visual materialsethically.Performance indicators:1.The visually literate student understands many of the ethical,legal, social, and economic issues surrounding images and visualmedia.2. The visually literate student follows ethical and legal bestpractices when accessing, using, and creating images.3. The visually literate student cites images and visual media inpapers, presentations, and projects.  Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 14. ACRL Visual LiteracyVisual Literacy Defined•  Use images and visual media effectively• Design and create meaningful images and visual media• Understand many of the ethical, legal, social, and economic issuessurrounding the creation and use of images and visual media, andaccess and use visual materials ethically Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 15. ACRL Visual LiteracyMetadata on the web•  Use images and visual media effectively• Design and create meaningful images and visual media• Understand many of the ethical, legal, social, and economic issuessurrounding the creation and use of images and visual media, andaccess and use visual materials ethically Robin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 16. ACRL Visual Literacy Let’s look at metadata in flickrRobin Fay, robinfay.net
  • 17. ACRL Literacy Standards Robin Fay, robinfay.net georgiawebgurl@gmail.com