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Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition

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Connecting to Everyday Practices : Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. / Iversen, Ole Sejer; Smith, Rachel Charlotte.

Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. red. / Elisa Giaccardi. Routledge, 2012. s. 126-144.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

Harvard

Iversen, OS & Smith, RC 2012, Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. i E Giaccardi (red.), Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. Routledge, s. 126-144.

APA

Iversen, O. S., & Smith, R. C. (2012). Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. I E. Giaccardi (red.), Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture (s. 126-144). Routledge.

CBE

Iversen OS, Smith RC. 2012. Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. Giaccardi E, red. I Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. Routledge. s. 126-144.

MLA

Iversen, Ole Sejer og Rachel Charlotte Smith "Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition". Giaccardi, Elisa (redaktører). Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. Kapitel 7, Routledge. 2012, 126-144.

Vancouver

Iversen OS, Smith RC. Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. I Giaccardi E, red., Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. Routledge. 2012. s. 126-144

Author

Iversen, Ole Sejer ; Smith, Rachel Charlotte. / Connecting to Everyday Practices : Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition. Heritage and social media: understanding heritage in a participatory culture. red. / Elisa Giaccardi. Routledge, 2012. s. 126-144

Bibtex

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