Visual Literacy Practices in Higher Education : What, Why and How?
Kedra, J., & Zakeviciute, R. (2019). Visual Literacy Practices in Higher Education : What, Why and How?. Journal of Visual Literacy, 38(1-2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/1051144X.2019.1580438
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