Visual Literacy across the Disciplines
journal contributionposted on 15.11.2021, 21:23 authored by Jennifer Mayer
Visual literacy is a crucial skill for today's university students and faculty. Thus, it is essential for academic librarians to have an understanding of basic issues surrounding use and discovery of images. This chapter defines visual literacy, explores potential visual needs across subject disciplines, discusses search strategies for images, describes potential roles for academic librarians related to visual literacy, discusses ethical concerns regarding images, lists visual literacy competencies and selected resources on visual literacy, and indicates where to locate images.
PublisherUniversity of Wyoming. Libraries
Journal titleIn Research within the Disciplines, 2nd ed.
CollectionFaculty Publications - UW Libraries
- Library Sciences - LIBS