References for the Introduction (About This Book)

Online references (supporting articles, handy data tables, calculators, glossaries, interactive demos, etc.) will be added to this page periodically. Please submit comments or suggestions to the authors via email. Thanks.

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ERROR NOTICE: In the first printing of this book, we neglected to add the ".com" to the URLs printed at the bottom of the page, as explained in our September blog. This will be remedied in future printings.10
An informative article in Education World, Managing The “Learning Styles” Myth, examines the controversy over learning style theory, and recommends (among other things) that teachers help students practice multiple ways of internalizing and experiencing new information.11
Social Media Today’s 2013 piece, 9 Reasons QR Codes are Bad for Your Brand, is one of many thoughtful analyses of the shortcomings of QR Code usage. (Both Apple and Google have recently added native QR Code recognition to their camera apps, but the remaining issues still apply.)11
Ricoh’s Clickable Paper is used to access videos and other content related to the book.12
A Communicator’s Guide to theNeuroscience of Touch (Sappi Paper).13
Hull, Thomas. A Communicator’s Guide to the Neuroscience of Touch. LinkedIn article, December 9, 2016.13
The Viddler Training Suite is used to host the book’s videos and provide a more distraction-free, interactive learning environment. (Shools may opt for a private version of the portal, which provides additional interactivity, plus usage tracking and other features.)14
Introduction to Graphic Communication, Important References, Tables, and Calculators, from the Epilogue.15
More to come…

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