information literacy, graphic design', student learning, library, high impact learning
Art and Design | Library and Information Science
Building on recently published research, an academic librarian and art professor facilitate the design and creation of visual and text pieces that illustrate information literacy terms’ meanings. This informational campaign uses data from a large-scale assessment of student comprehension of terms used in library instruction and syllabi. It offers an innovative way to teach students the language they need to be effective researchers, while detailing a library-art department collaboration that gives students a real-world learning experience.
Schaub, Gayle and Lima, Vinicius, "Warning! This Program Contains Graphic Content: Facilitating Understanding of Library Terms Through Visual Rhetoric" (2017). Presentations. 66.