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.

Archer, A. & Noakes, T. (Publication due fall, 2019.) 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.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

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

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