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These pages include collections of assignments and activities used on a wide range of topics. Each assignment asks students to engage with some aspect of visual culture and/or visual rhetoric, sometimes by analysis and sometimes by creating original visual content in either traditional written, digital, or multimedia environments. Additionally, many of the assignments introduce students to technologies designed to foster visual thinking, including Google Maps, Google Earth, MindMaps, OmniGraffle, and other software.

For a brief overview of visual rhetoric and discussion of why and how it might be useful to incorporate instruction in visual rhetoric into the composition curriculum, see the Guide to Teaching Visual Rhetoric.

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