Dr. Seelig teaches courses in visual communication at the University of Miami. Research focuses on the convergence of emerging technologies with visual communication, and role of technology on pedagogy.

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Publications:
Constructing Visual News: Technological Changes in Photo Editors' Newswork

The purpose of this research is to examine changes in photo editors' work routines specifically as it applies to constructing visual news and the implementation of new technologies.

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Faculty Motives and Outcome Expectations for Using Instructional Technology

This research explores the relationship among faculty motives and outcome expecations for using instructional technology in the classroom.

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A Cross-Media Response to the Web as an Outlet of Information: A Comparison of Traditional Media Websites

The purpose of this research is to determine to what extent traditional media present a homogeny of news and information presented online.

Article: Print

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Stereotyping of Hispanic Americans in U.S. Magazine Advertising

This study performed a content analysis of advertisements in mainstream and Hispanic magazines aimed at the Hispanic population in the U.S.

Article: Print

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