Yesterday the library saw the installation of an exhibit put up by David Silver’s Intro to Media Studies classes. It is called Election Exhibit: Students Teaching Students. The point of the assignment is to encourage and educate the USF Community to vote. It is also part of The September Project.
Many of the pieces are interactive — they encourage you to cast your ballot in a box right there, to mark where you get your news coverage, or to indicate what country or region you represent. They span a wide range of topics and are very compelling.
Come check it out in the library! The exhibit begins on the counter in the foyer and continues in the very back of the North Wing. Or, if you can’t make it, check out David Silver‘s blog post about it, or his Flickr photostream.
If you checked it out, what’s your favorite part of the exhibit? Did you learn anything you didn’t know? Did it challenge you to reconsider your preferred candidate?