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Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District: Exploring the potential of Locative Media

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Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District : Exploring the potential of Locative Media. / Cheverst, Keith William John; Gregory, Ian Norman; Turner, Helen.

2016. 1-5 Paper presented at International Workshop on 'Unobtrusive User Experiences with Technology in Nature', San Jose, United States.

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Cheverst, KWJ, Gregory, IN & Turner, H 2016, 'Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District: Exploring the potential of Locative Media', Paper presented at International Workshop on 'Unobtrusive User Experiences with Technology in Nature', San Jose, United States, 8/05/16 - 8/05/16 pp. 1-5.

APA

Cheverst, K. W. J., Gregory, I. N., & Turner, H. (2016). Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District: Exploring the potential of Locative Media. 1-5. Paper presented at International Workshop on 'Unobtrusive User Experiences with Technology in Nature', San Jose, United States.

Vancouver

Cheverst KWJ, Gregory IN, Turner H. Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District: Exploring the potential of Locative Media. 2016. Paper presented at International Workshop on 'Unobtrusive User Experiences with Technology in Nature', San Jose, United States.

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Cheverst, Keith William John ; Gregory, Ian Norman ; Turner, Helen. / Encouraging Visitor Engagement and Reflection with the Landscape of the English Lake District : Exploring the potential of Locative Media. Paper presented at International Workshop on 'Unobtrusive User Experiences with Technology in Nature', San Jose, United States.5 p.

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