Students will demonstrate information, quantitative, and visual literacies in a variety of contexts.
Question 1. What demonstrable qualities of this outcome should a SEU graduate possess?
- Thoughtfully separate the “wheat from the chaff”
- Informed consumers of information to distinguish science and pseudo-science
- Discover, assess, and discriminate “big data” information
- Evaluate credibility of research source
- Interpret and translate quantitative data to functional and attractive visual designs
- Understand complex messages in visual design
- Articulate views with appropriate references, clarity, and confidence
Question 2. Please provide your views on how this outcome can best be achieved in general education and co-curricular programming.
- Embedding opportunities in critical visual and information analysis across courses
- Within Capstone
- Research projects across the curriculum
- Visual Art classes
- Numerical and Information Literacy within Math and Science courses
- Combination of off-campus resources, on-campus professors and student research