Using Comics to Reflect on Academic Work

Submitted by Dean Scheibel on June 10th, 2015
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Short Description: 

Students are asked to reflect on their experience writing a required “literature review” for the course through a first-person “comic.” The visual narrative format allows students to come to terms with their own experience of what was hard, easy, or confusing about the literature review process and express it in a creative way.

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Learning Outcomes: 

To reflect on the process of writing and executing a thorough Review of the Literature on a topic within the field of Communication Studies

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Assessment or Criteria for Success
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Suggested Citation: 
Scheibel, Dean. "Using Comics to Reflect on Academic Work." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2015.