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Cruz, 1989, p. 24

Publication information Details
Author/s Rosario Cruz
Editor/s
Translator
Book title Practical Arts 2
Page number 24
Name of Periodical
Volume
Date of publication 1989
Edition
Article/Chapter name Coloring
Publisher Rex Printing Company
Publisher location Manila. Philippines
URL
Citation (APA Style) (Cruz, 1989, p. 24)
Reference (APA Style)
 Cruz. R. (1989). Practical Arts 2. Rex publishing. Manila.

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  • Size: 1686 pixels wide. So all diagrams reproduce at the same scale when inserted into Word documents etc.
  • Labels: Calibri 24pt Italic.
  • Diagrams are available in two file formats: JPG, AI (Adobe Illustrator).

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Slides are optimized for viewing on-screen or using a projector.

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If you are a student, educator or researcher you might also like to read our posts Copyright: Credit where credit’s due and Citation and bibliographies before copying and pasting material into essays, assignments or other academic work. They include advice on avoiding plagiarism and how to credit other people’s words, images and assets before submitting your work for marking or assessment. If you are confused, just ask a friendly teacher, librarian, or other member of academic staff.


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  • All the images on these Resource Pages were created in Adobe Illustrator and are vector drawings.

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  • JPG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group who created the standard.
  • The JPG file extension is used interchangeably with JPEG.
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  • JPG files can be placed or pasted directly into MS Office documents.

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We are also committed to responding to the call for people to make web content that is rich and relevant; to build communities that respect civil discourse and human dignity, and to fight for an open web that is a global public resource for people everywhere.

As a result, we are committed to creating a resource at lightcolourvision.org that celebrates the common ground that binds all human being together and to promoting the shared responsibilities we have for each other and our world.

Our core aim is to explore the human experience of light, colour, vision, what it means, and how we might learn to see more.

We are creating an educational resource for students, educators and researchers of all kinds that explores the concepts of light, colour, vision and how to see more.

We are creating a comprehensive library of articles that provides easily accessible information on a wide range of topics related to the concepts of light, colour and vision.

We are creating an accompanying library of images that share consistent design and graphic detailing and provides easily accessible information on a wide range of topics related to the concepts of light, colour and vision.

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Science learning hub. 2012

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Website information Details
Website name Science Learning Hub
Organization The University of Waikato
Website URL http://sciencelearn.org.nz/
Copyright date 2007 – 2016
Page URL  http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Light-and-Sight/Science-Ideas-and-Concepts/Colours-of-light
Article title  Colour  of objects
Article author/s
Publication date 04 April 2012
Date retrieved 17 May 2016
Citation (APA Style) (Science Learning Hub. 2012).
Reference (APA Style) Science learning hub. 2012. “Colour  of objects“. http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Light-and-Sight/Science-Ideas-and-Concepts/Colours-of-light.

Science learning hub. 2012

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Continue reading Science learning hub. 2012

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Details
Edit and proof Everything uploaded to date needs a final edit and proof
Images Upload fully researched but unfinished content
Articles Final edit and upload three more completed articles about colour
Bibliography Add in-line citations, footnotes and bibliography
Photography Establish the photography section