Title

Interrogating Visual Representations of Transgressive Women: Information Literacy and Comics in the Shakespeare Classroom

Start Date

18-7-2022 1:30 PM

End Date

18-7-2022 2:30 PM

Description

Comics as the textual basis of information literacy (IL) instruction provide distinct pedagogical advantages to classroom instructors and librarians, allowing students to interpret primary and secondary sources using visual literacy heuristics and critical inquiry skills. This presentation explores how students’ facility in decoding visual texts enriches instructors’ and librarians’ ability to provide the interpretive scaffold upon which students critically engage with visual primary materials.

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Interrogating Visual Representations of Transgressive Women: Information Literacy and Comics in the Shakespeare Classroom

Comics as the textual basis of information literacy (IL) instruction provide distinct pedagogical advantages to classroom instructors and librarians, allowing students to interpret primary and secondary sources using visual literacy heuristics and critical inquiry skills. This presentation explores how students’ facility in decoding visual texts enriches instructors’ and librarians’ ability to provide the interpretive scaffold upon which students critically engage with visual primary materials.