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*Subscription on-line journals in the sciences may be the ground-breakers in the area of academic journals and visual design. The geology/geography journal Earth Interactions and the journals of the Royal Society of Chemistry use interactive, multimedia design features. Users can rotate models, manipulate data sets, and view animation in these new journals (DeFelice).


Looking AT and looking THROUGH
The Visual as Invisible in Online Journals
Visual/Verbal Integration #1: Webtext as Visual Text
Visual/Verbal Integration #2: Academic Writing as Grunge
Visual/Verbal Integration #3: Visual Structure and the Online Journal
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