Research for Strategies of Visual Literacy Cultivation in the Age of Big Data

Ming LI

Abstract


Based on visual culture context and probability forecasting, it is critical to seize the opportunity of the Age of Big Data to cultivate and improve students’ visual literacy for a better future of learning and education by certain strategies, which including thematic inquiry dialogues between teachers and students in cyber space, role play of teachers to listen, connect and ruminate, students being major speaker in the space, construction of learning community and etc..


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The age of Big Data; Media; Visual literacy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7677

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