For this comic, the student was instructed to create comics using photographs, drawings, or a computer program called Comic Life 3 for Dean Scheibel's Communication Studies course.
The idea of reflection is important in education. These comics could be viewed as a response to reflective learning (or metacognition) about the idea of the literature review, or “research as inquiry.” Through reflection on what we do, we learn more deeply about our everyday experiences of life, death, love, God, and even literature reviews. Although “comix” have been the objects of critique by academics, these comics subject the work of the academy—the faculty member as teacher—to critique. Research is a process, and by having students reflect on the fears, errors, or mistakes made during that process they will experience new insights and discoveries.
Shubin, Casey Brianna, "Election Uproar" (2017). Communication Studies Student Works. 39.