Stansbie, Lisa (2015) Structures for Digital Collaboration and Interaction. In: Collaborative Learning in Media Education. Informing Science Press, Santa Rosa, pp. 89-103. ISBN 9781932886931

Using the creative multi-modal PhD model of practice and theory (from my own 2010 website only PhD submission Zeppelinbend: Multiplicity, encyclopaedic strategies and nonlinear methodologies for a visual practice ) B.A Contemporary Arts undergraduate stu-dents at The University of Huddersfield have utilised blogs as a re-flective space for critically analysing their practice and that of their peers. The blog format enables students to establish peer networks of thought that traverse the visual and textual. These online spaces are both collaborative (across peers and external sites) and singular and act to enable peer-comment and multi-modal cross-referencing of contextual frameworks/precedents in the field.

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