|TITLE:||TRADITIONAL COLLEGE STUDENTS AND VISUAL LITERACY: A LOOK AT INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS|
|PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR:||PIERSON, SOFIA|
ENGLISH, FOREIGN LANGUAGES, AND JOURNALISM
File Created: November 8, 2013|
Department Chair Action Date: November 8, 2013
Current Status: Final Status Report Received
|Confidentiality||Data are not linked to individuals|
ABSTRACTTraditional college students grew up in a world where they were exposed to digital technologies and so, have a high level of visual literacy. However, research suggests that traditional college students do not have a high level of visual literacy and therefore, would impact their understanding of instructional videos.
Final Report on 01-13-2014There were not enough participants to draw any valid conclusions, but the students overall demonstrated understanding of what made good instructional video.
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