Promoting the digital literacy of undergraduate historians using digitised historic newspapers

  • Richard A Hawkins University of Wolverhampton

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Published
2016-09-05
How to Cite
Hawkins, R. A. (2016). Promoting the digital literacy of undergraduate historians using digitised historic newspapers. Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 1(1). Retrieved from https://sehej.raise-network.com/raise/article/view/387
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Special Section - Case Study