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Research Survey


Prior to the development of the Visual Toolkit, a questionnaire was sent to all full and part-time faculty in the Pilon School of Business to gather information about the current use of visual tools among the faculty. Among the 10 questions asked were inquiries into faculty and student level of comfort with visuals, whether faculty was aware of the use of visual tools in business today and whether they believe teaching visual thinking (learning and processing with visuals) will better prepare students for the current business environment. The full questionnaire and survey results are included here

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visual toolkit, teaching business, teaching visually in higher education, visual teaching strategies, visual literacy, visual thinking, visual vocabulary, visual language, visual communication, business visuals, visual facilitation, visual templates, creative thinking exercises, enhancing business education, drawing as an educational tool


Pilon School of Business

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Research Survey Questionnaire and Results