As one of the founders of the CDVL, I have a love for website design and innovation. Having a long history in studio art also serves as an asset towards visual literacy, as well as my personal passion in design. Now as the head of our center, I am thrilled to continue that service for the students and faculty of Agnes Scott College as the Assistant Director of the Center for Digital and Visual Literacy (CDVL). Come by and visit the CDVL located on the lower terrace level of McCain Library. The CDVL tutors and I look forward to facilitating learning opportunities in a variety of digital/visual media as well as assisting with the curation and maintenance of your digital portfolios.
Faculty Coordinator of Digital Curriculum
Associate Professor/Chair of Public Health
Professor Patterson is a global health practitioner with experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of community- and health-facility-based infectious disease and child health programs in Africa with a particular focus on multi-level determinants of health behaviors. She is also a health communications specialist with experience studying, developing, and implementing malaria behavior change communication activities, drawing on theory and methods from the social-behavioral sciences, epidemiology, media studies, health systems, education, cultural…..Read More
Instructional Support Fellow
Percie Thompson is an Atlanta native and alum of Agnes Scott College. Passionate about the world around her, Percie uses digital storytelling to explore her interests and display them to the people around her in the form of videos, digital illustrations and the occasional podcast. Currently the Instructional Support Fellow of the CDVL, Percie is excited to facilitate new learning opportunities in a variety of digital/visual media with the aid of the CDVL peer learning assistants and CDVL assistant director.
Please email CDVL@agnesscott.edu