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Information Literacy Toolkit

Using Images


There is no doubt that we live in a highly visual world. Much of what we intake is informed by visual media, including magazines, television, film, and digital resources. It is important to understand how to evaluate what we see and use it efficiently and effectively in our work. Today, the Internet is paramount with regards to finding resources and conducting research.  This guide is not only for those studying visual arts, but for everyone who needs a guide to citing, scanning, searching for, presenting, and evaluating images.


                     Learn about:



      *   Citing Images 

           *   Evaluating Image Quality 

               *  Image Copyright 

            *  Digital Imaging 

       *  Finding Images