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Vorsprung durch Technik: Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method

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Vorsprung durch Technik : Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method. / Bligh, Brett; Lorenz, Katharina.

Culture, Technology and the Image: Techniques of Engaging with Visual Culture. ed. / Jeremy Pilcher. Bristol : Intellect, 2020. p. 72-86.

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Bligh, B & Lorenz, K 2020, Vorsprung durch Technik: Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method. in J Pilcher (ed.), Culture, Technology and the Image: Techniques of Engaging with Visual Culture. Intellect, Bristol, pp. 72-86. <https://www.intellectbooks.com/culture-technology-and-the-image>

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Bligh, B., & Lorenz, K. (2020). Vorsprung durch Technik: Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method. In J. Pilcher (Ed.), Culture, Technology and the Image: Techniques of Engaging with Visual Culture (pp. 72-86). Intellect. https://www.intellectbooks.com/culture-technology-and-the-image

Vancouver

Bligh B, Lorenz K. Vorsprung durch Technik: Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method. In Pilcher J, editor, Culture, Technology and the Image: Techniques of Engaging with Visual Culture. Bristol: Intellect. 2020. p. 72-86

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Bligh, Brett ; Lorenz, Katharina. / Vorsprung durch Technik : Multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method. Culture, Technology and the Image: Techniques of Engaging with Visual Culture. editor / Jeremy Pilcher. Bristol : Intellect, 2020. pp. 72-86

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