Film, Video Working with Visuals

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Working with Visuals
A photograph, poster, drawing or painting always has more than one story to tell. Information literacy demands observing visual sources, questioning and comparing the information from multiple sources. Join Library staff for approaches to researching with photographs.
Event Date
October 27, 2015
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Running Time
42 minutes 24 seconds
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