Pictorial spectatorship and textuality: The application of visual technologies in the classroom

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Barbousas, Joanna. (2005). Pictorial spectatorship and textuality: The application of visual technologies in the classroom. In Dr Martin Maguire and Dr Julie Clarke (Ed.). Proceedings of the 12th International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching. Sydney, Australia: International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching. pp. 157 - 164
AuthorsBarbousas, Joanna
KeywordsEducation not elsewhere classified
Year2005
PublisherInternational Study Association on Teachers and Teaching
Journal citation12, pp. 157 - 164
Page range157 - 164
Research GroupSchool of Education
Place of publicationSydney, Australia
EditorsDr Martin Maguire and Dr Julie Clarke
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