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Dobson, E.D. and Littleton, K.S. (2015) Digital technologies and the mediation of undergraduate students’ collaborative music compositional practices. Learning, Media and Technology. pp. 1-21. ISSN 1743-9884
Dobson, E.D., Flewitt, R., Littleton, K. and Miell, D. (2011) Studio Based Composers in Collaboration: a Socioculturally Framed Study. Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference 2011, 2011. pp. 373-376.
Wilsmore, R, Alix, C and Dobson, E (2010) Collaborative Art Practices in HE: Mapping and Developing Pedagogical Models. Higher Education Academy Resources Centre.
Dobson, Elizabeth (2006) Book review: The Creative College: Building a Successful Learning Culture in the Arts, G. Jeffery (Ed.). Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1 (2). pp. 156-157. ISSN 1871-1871
Dobson, Elizabeth (2015) Permission to Play: Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration. In: Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. Bloomsbury, London, UK, pp. 75-96. ISBN 9781472589132
Dobson, Elizabeth (2009) Interdisciplinary collaboration and studio based music composers in Higher Education: a longitudinal case study of practice and discussion of emerging themes. In: Collaborative Processes in Music Making: Pedagogy and Practice, 11 November 2009, Department of Music and Recording, University of Surrey. (Unpublished)
Dobson, Elizabeth (2009) Serious Misunderstandings: Challenging the Educational and Creative Value of Collaboration for Music Technology Undergraduates. In: Forum for Innovation in Music Production and Composition (FIMPaC), 20 February 2009, Leeds College of Music. (Unpublished)
Dobson, Elizabeth (2006) Research on music composition: Issues of creativity and collaboration. In: Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Teaching, learning and performing music conference, 1 July 2006, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK. (Unpublished)
Dobson, Elizabeth (2012) An investigation of the processes of interdisciplinary creative collaboration: the case of music technology students working within the performing arts. Doctoral thesis, Open University.