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Graphics Communication an Appraisal of an Art of Learning in Contemporary Nigerian Education

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The concept of communication graphics is characterized by the technology that is infused with inormation and communication technology which cover any product that stores, retrieves, mani- pulates, transmits or receive information that helps in disseminating knowledge through graphic device visuals. That generates interest which is the key note to instruction, motivation, stimulation and ultimate finding relevance through the provision of changing experiences in knowledge disseminating. It is a genetic term that incorporates many professional fields of wide spectrum which ranges from product designs that communicate with various forms of electronic gadgets and tools from the information and communication technology sector such as project computer, television channels and other emerging media that allows organization to share information in learning process. The study highlights the historical background of graphic communication and the appraisal of graphic design communication in contemporary Nigeria. It discusses the role that communication plays in Nigerian contemporary education. It goes further to discuss the issues in graphic communication as regards to art of learning and finally concludes with the efficacy of graphic communication in contemporary Nigerian education.

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Oladumiyte, E. (2014) Graphics Communication an Appraisal of an Art of Learning in Contemporary Nigerian Education. Art and Design Review, 2, 29-39. doi: 10.4236/adr.2014.23005.

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