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From a click to a gesture: a contribution to defining the concept of children’s e-picturebooks

Pinto, Ana Lúcia; Zagalo, Nelson; Coquet, Eduarda;

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This communication aims contribute to define the concept of children’s e-picturebooks. There should be a reflection on this subject and on the place that e-picturebook occupies or may occupy, in the children’s reading’s field. Will be the focus of attention: a) generic characteristics of picturebooks; b) the specificities of e-picturebooks; c) the value that applied media, with its intrinsic qualities, assumes in e- picturebooks, together with the identification of some possibilities for the future’s development of research on these artefacts, taking into account the increasing value of digital media, as mediators of multimodal nar- ratives, aimed at children.

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Palavras-chave: e-picturebook , narrative, children’s digital artefacts, children’s literature, technologies,

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DOI: 10.5151/edupro-aivcipe-43

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Pinto, Ana Lúcia; Zagalo, Nelson; Coquet, Eduarda; "From a click to a gesture: a contribution to defining the concept of children’s e-picturebooks", p. 223-228 . In: Barbosa, Helena; Quental, Joana [Eds]. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Art, Illustration and Visual Culture in Infant and Primary Education. São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-695X, ISBN: 978-989-98185-0-7
DOI 10.5151/edupro-aivcipe-43

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