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8: Further reading

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Burnett, R. (2005). How Images Think. The MIT Press.


Handa, C. (2004). Visual rhetoric in a digital world: A critical sourcebook. Bedford/St. Martin's.


Helmers, M. (2005). The elements of visual analysis. Longman.


Hill, C. A., & Helmers, M. (Eds.). (2004). Defining visual rhetorics. Lawrence Erlbaum.


Hocks, M. E., & Kendrick, M. R. (Eds.). (2003). Eloquent images: Word and image in the age of new media. The MIT Press.


Hope, D. S. (Ed.) (2005). Visual communication: Perception, rhetoric, technology. Hampton Press.


Hunt, C. (2013). iPad Art: free book on iOS apps for art


Kress, G., & Leeuwen, T.  (2006).  Reading Images: The Grammar of Visual Design. 2nd edition. New York: Routledge.


Mitchell, W. J. T.  (2005).  What Do Pictures Want?: The Lives and Loves of Images.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.


Mod, C. (2010). Books in age of iPads.


Sheninger, E.  (2012).  Pinterest for Educators.  Edutopia.


Sorapure, M. (2006). Moving writing: A critical approach to animation in composition.


Van Leeuwen, T., & Jewitt, C. (Eds.). (2001). Handbook of Visual Analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Williams, R. (2003). The Non-Designer's Design Book, 2nd Edition. Peachpit Press.








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