Anne Bamford has lectured in Art Education and is currently lecturing in interactive media and learning design at the nationally and internationally recognised Institute for Interactive Media and Learning at the University of Technology in Sydney. Anne is chair of the Australian Institute of Art Educators National Research Council and on the editorial committee of Australian Art Education. She is the Director of Visual Arts for the Centre for Research in Education and the Arts. Anne has extensive experience in developing curriculum support material for teachers and interactive media in tertiary teaching and learning. Her current research interests are in visual literacy and adolescents and the use of interactive media in teaching and learning.


Publications:
The Grammar of Visual Literacy Within the World of Interactive Media

The case for art education within a literacy context.

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Generating Meaning and Visualising Self: Graphic Symbolism and Interactive Online Cartoon

The use of cartooning as a communicative medium in interactive design allows information to be communicated broadly and rapidly.

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Adolescent Identity, Cyber Bullying and Ethics in Information Communication Technologies

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