Major reference works by Professor Kim Veltman
Professor Kim Veltman is a member of the International Who’s Who of Professionals. In 1996, he was awarded the International Capire Prize for a Creative Future in the area of science and art integration. In 1998, he received a Learning Partnership Award (Toronto) and a Prix des Initiatives from Université d’été de la Communication (Hourtin). In November 2009, he was awarded a Silver Order: “Service for the Arts”, International Academy of Culture and Art (Moscow). In January 2015, Kim was awarded a World Media and Library Leaders Lifetime Achievement Award by the Satija Research Foundation for Library and Information Sciences (University of Delhi); and for his work as a ‘Thinker, Researcher, Media Expert, Webologist, Linguist, Anthropologist, Science Historian and Art Connoisseur’ and for his ‘Dedication to Knowledge Organisation and Outstanding Scholarship’.
 The Alphabets of Life (2014)
 Understanding New Media;
Augmented Knowledge and Culture (2006).
 Leonardo da Vinci Studies I:
Linear Perspective and the Visual Dimensions
of Science and Art (1986).
 Leonardo’s Method (1993).
 Frontiers in Conceptual Navigation
for Cultural Heritage (1999).
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