About the VisCom Division

AEJMC VisCom is the visual communication division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, the international association for educators, researchers and media professionals. AEJMC VisCom’s mission is to promote the highest possible standards for media arts education, and to encourage and recognize exemplary creativity activity and visual communication research.

The division members represent a broad spectrum of methodology and application on all types of visual media—advertising, broadcast, digital imaging, film, graphic design, multimedia, Web design, app design, computational journalism, photojournalism, propaganda images, human-centered design, visual images and culture, visual literacy, and visual aspects of political campaigns, etc.

The division publishes Visual Communication Quarterly and hosts the annual Best of the Web competition with the Communication Technology Division, the AEJMC logo competition, the Creative Projects competition, and student and faculty research paper competitions.

Why join AEJMC and the VisCom Division?

  1. It’s the largest and most prestigious international, nonprofit organization for visual communication educators and media professionals.
  2. A chance to network and form friendships with visual communication peers.
  3. To participate in the valuable mentoring program.
  4. For a free subscription to the division’s top-notch research journal, Visual Communication Quarterly.
  5. To stay on top of current research in visual communication.
  6. For access to visual communication faculty job openings worldwide.

Download the VisCom Division brochure to learn more.

Click here to JOIN AEJMC and sign-up for the VisCom Division! 

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    • You can sign up through AEJMC when you join by selecting the visual communication division. Feel free to email me if you have any trouble finding it.

  1. I’d like to join AEJMC, but I cannot find a link that allows me to do that. I’ve selected the “Visual Communication Division” but am not seeing the link. Could you point out where it’s located here? Thank you!

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