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Apr 12 - May 02, 2016
Faculty Knowledge Essentials, Pedagogy: How people learn

Visuals in STEM Teaching and Learning

While graphics have the potential to communicate and support critical research arguments, a qualitative pilot study shows that visual depictions aren't always accurate translations.
We'll discuss the results of this study as well as its implications for intro-level learners in our final CIRTL Reads session of the year.

Discussant: Adam Blanford, University of Colorado Boulder

Article: "The Visual Invention Practices of STEM Researchers: An Exploratory Topology" in
Science Communication. Go to the
CIRTL Reads Moodle page for article access. Don't have a Moodle account? Request one at