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Helping Students Write Effectively with Visuals


Cary Moskovitz

A graphic for the "Helping Students Write Effectively with Visuals" on October 24.

From scientific writing with figures, tables, and diagrams to humanistic essays that include images of artwork, maps or musical examples, students often struggle to discuss their visuals effectively in their own writing. This session presents an innovative heuristic designed to help students move beyond "See Figure 1" to a richer written engagement with visual elements.(Link will be sent to registered participants prior to the session.)

This virtual event is sponsored by the Thompson Writing Program and co-sponsored by Duke Learning Innovation, Teaching Support Network (TSN), and The Graduate School at Duke University.


College Teaching Workshops, Professional Development, Teaching and Mentoring