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Berger, R., 2007. Re-designing the Designer: Adapting Polytheism in Battlestar Galactica. In: BSG 2007: The Politics, Poetics and Philosophy of Battlestar Galactica, 28 July 2007, Buckingham Chilterns University College.
Berger, R., 2007. Learning Through Doing: student generated content and blended learning. In: Bournemouth University Learning and Teaching: Re-inventing the student experience for an academically-led university, 15 May 2007, Bournemouth University, Poole. (Unpublished)
Berger, R. and Ireland, A., 2007. Changing Tracks Without Derailing: The difficulties associated with regenerating The Doctor. In: PCA/ACA National Conference, 4-7 April 2007, Boston, MA, USA.
Erickson, K. and Howard, P. N., 2007. A Case of Mistaken Identity? News accounts of hacker, consumer and organizational responsibility for compromised digital records. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12 (4), pp. 1229-1247.
Langebek, L. and Ewing, S., 2007. He Said. Film. Hertfordshire, UK: OneSix7 Productions. 2007.
Moon, J. A., 2007. Getting the measure of reflection: considering matters of definition and depth. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 6 (4), pp. 191-200.
Molesworth, M. and Nixon, E., 2007. How Virtual Learning Environments Fail to Change the Performances of Higher Education. In: Designs on e-Learning International Conference, 13-14 September 2007, University of the Arts London. (Unpublished)
Molesworth, M. and Nixon, E., 2007. How an Open, Online Space Failed to Change the Performances of Higher Education. In: Student as Producer: Reinventing the Undergraduate Curriculum, 20-21 September 2007, University of Warwick, England.
Nixon, E., Molesworth, M. and Scullion, R., 2007. Having, Being and Higher Education: the Marketisation of the University and the Transformation of the Student into Consumer. In: AM 2007 (Academy of Marketing): Marketing Theory into Practice, 3-6 July 2007, Royal Holloway Conference Centre, Egham, Surrey.. (Unpublished)
Pope, J., 2007. How do readers interact with hypertext fiction?: an empirical study of readers' reactions to interactive narratives. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Pullen, C., 2007. Gay Identity, Documentary Performance and the Move to the Domestic: Couples, Families and New Community. In: Popular Culture Association & American Culture Association Conference , 4-7 April 2007, Boston, MA, USA. (Unpublished)