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Walraven, A., Brand-Gruwel S., & Boshuizen H.P.A. (2008).  Information-problem solving : A review of problems students encounter and instructional solutions. Computers in Human Behavior. 24(3), 623-648.
Walsh, M. (2008).  Worlds have collided and modes have merged : Classroom evidence of changed literacy practices. LiteracyLiteracy. 42, 101-108.
Walsh, C. (2008).  Teaching literacy in the new media age through the arts. (Lowe, K., Ed.).Literacy Learning : The middle years, a journal of the Australian literacy educators association. 16, 8-17.
Walsh, C. S. (2007).  Creativity as capital in the literacy classroom : Youth as multimodal design. Literacy, The United Kingdom Literacy AssociationLiteracy, The United Kingdom Literacy Association. 41, 79-85.
Wang, S. (2013).  Reading and Grammar Learning Through Mobile Phones.
Whittington, S. (2006).  Ideas for a Poetics of Intermedia. Australasian Computer Music Association Conference.
Wiart, L. (2015). : la lecture numérique en débat Entretien avec Camille Louis.
Willemse, I., Waller G., & Süss D. (2014).  J A M E S Jeunes | activités | médias – enquête Suisse.
Willemsee, I.., Waller G.., S. Genner S., Oppliger S.., Huber A.., & Suss D.. (2014).  JAMES- Jeunes, activités, médias - enquête Suisse.  (623.05 Ko)
Wissman, K., Costello S., & Hamilton D. (2012).  You're Like Yourself : Multimodal Literacies in a Reading Support Class. Changing English. 19(3), 325-338.
Wissman, K., Costello S., & Hamilton D. (2012).  ‘You're Like Yourself': Multimodal Literacies in a Reading Support Class.
Wolf, M. (2007).  Proust and the Squid. The Story and Science of the Reading Brain.  (210.77 Ko)