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contrast Brian Kennedy’s definition of visual literacy.
?Visual literacy is the ability to construct meaning from images,? says Brian Kennedy. It?s a form of critical thinking and a universal language that, he argues, is more necessary than ever in today?s digital age. [ [ Visual literacy is the reading and writing of visual texts. Visual literacy is knowing which text to use Think of all the different ways we can communicate: by writing,
speaking, drawing, or gesture; by using words, numbers, images, symbols, or colors. Each one is a different tool in the literacy toolbox. If we use only one set of tools (words, sentences, paragraphs) our literacy is limited to those things best expressed with those tools. ] ]
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