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Empirical Rules the World: Promoting Graphic Novels and Information Literacy in the STEM Classroom. Proposal.

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2018-02-23
Summary:
Graphic novels have become popular learning tools in libraries and classrooms. To date very little has been done to promote the use of graphic novels in STEM classrooms. The purpose of this proposal is to determine if using graphic novels will improve student information literacy skills and success in the college statistics classroom.
Title: Empirical Rules the World: Promoting Graphic Novels and Information Literacy in the STEM Classroom. Proposal.
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Name(s): Fulwood, Mitzi J., creator
Lazovskaia-Hall, Elena, creator
Williams, Simone M., creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Research Posters
Posters
Date Issued: 2018-02-23
Physical Form: electronic
Extent: 1 poster
Language(s): English
Summary: Graphic novels have become popular learning tools in libraries and classrooms. To date very little has been done to promote the use of graphic novels in STEM classrooms. The purpose of this proposal is to determine if using graphic novels will improve student information literacy skills and success in the college statistics classroom.
Identifier: BC661 (IID)
BC Pathways: STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Pathway.
Affiliation: Fulwood, Mitzi J.; Broward College, STEM.
Lazovskaia-Hall, Elena; Broward College, STEM.
Williams, Simone M.; Broward College, STEM.
Note(s): Poster presented at the Aspen Institute Faculty Innovation Grant Poster Sessions during the 2018 LEAD Conference - Professional Development Day on February 23, 2018.
Subject(s): Broward College
BC Pathways
Graphic novels
Information literacy
Community colleges -- Florida -- Broward County
2018
Held by: Broward College Archives and Special Collections
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/broward/fd/BC661
Restrictions on Access: Copyright 2018 Broward College.
Restrictions on Access: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Host Institution: Broward