Gender issues are capturing people’s attentions these days. One aspect of such attention is visual. How does the visual aspect of gender impact LIS? Possible gendered subtopics include, among others:
- Cataloging visual resources
- Visual literacy
- Picture books
- Media literacy visual aspects
- Visual fake news and LIS: information professionals’ roles
- Image editing: process, discernment, implications
- Historical aspects (e.g., visually “reading” and interpreting historical documents with a gender frame)
- Primary sources
- LIS instruction
- Visual implications for persons with visual impairments
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