Archer, A. & Noakes, T. (2020.) Exploring academic argument in information graphics. In H. Kennedy and M. Engebretsen (eds.), Data visualization in society. The relationships between graphs, charts, maps and meanings, feelings, engagements.  (pp. 239-258) Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Brown, C., Czerniewicz, L. & Noakes, T. (2019.) Online content creation: looking at students’ social media practices through a Connected Learning lens. In N. Selwyn and E. Stirling (eds.), Social Media and Education, Now the Dust Has Settled(pp. xxx-xxx) London: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781315121697-7.

Chapter manuscript in development.
Archer, A. and Noakes, T. Creativity within constraints. How journalism students use semiotic resources for argument in data visualisation.

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