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Research Output for Simon Wilmot

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

2013 School of Communication and Creative Arts

Wilmot, Simon (2013) World within no more, in Wilmot, Simon (eds), VEA Australia New Zealand, Bendigo, Victoria [J1]
DRO entry for this publication

2012 School of Communication and Creative Arts

West, Patrick and Wilmot, Simon (2012) Sisters of the sun, Deakin University : Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention, Melbourne, Vic [J1]
DRO entry for this publication

2011 School of Communication and Creative Arts

Armstrong, Daniel, Carter, Paul, Drummond, Rozalind, Joseph, Dawn, Keane, Jondi, Warren, Brad, West, Patrick, Williams, Christopher* and Wilmot, Simon (2011) Flows and catchments, Deakin University, Warrnambool, Vic. [J1]
DRO entry for this publication

2007 School of Communication and Creative Arts

Wilmot, Simon (2007) Documentary facts and lies, Double dialogues, no. 8, pp. 1-7, Double Dialogues, Canterbury, Vic. [C1]
ERA journal ID: 9943 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
DRO entry for this publication

2007 School of History, Heritage and Society

Wills, Jo*, Long, Colin, Sweet, Jonathan and Wilmot, Simon (2007) Transformative learning in the hidden city : writing an interpretation plan at the Viengxai Field School in Northern Laos, in Unknown (ed.), ICOMOS 2007 : Extreme heritage : ICOMOS conference held at James Cook University, Cairns, 19-21 July 2007, pp. 1-12, James Cook University, Cairns, Qld. [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

2006 School of Communication and Creative Arts

Wilmot, Simon and Srivastava, Sanjay (2006) Kotla walks: performing locality, Ronin Films, Civic Square, A.C.T. [F]
DRO entry for this publication

2001 School of Contemporary Arts

Andrewartha, Geoff and Wilmot, Simon (2001) Can multimedia meet tertiary educational needs better than the conventional lecture? A case study, Australasian journal of educational technology, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 1-20, ASCILITE, Como, W.A. [C1]
ERA journal ID: 20265 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
DRO entry for this publication

1999 School of Contemporary Arts

Wilmot, S. (1999) Review of Feldman, T. An Introduction to Digital Media, Media Internatinal Australia Culture and Policy, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 174, Australian Key Centre for Cultural and media Policy, Faculty of Arts, Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland [C4]
ERA journal ID: 9242 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1997 School of Contemporary Arts

Wilmot, S. (1997) The Need for a Simultaneous Reading of Multimedia, Double Dialogues: Conference with a Difference 1996, p. 166, Deakin University, Melbourne [L3]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1996 School of Contemporary Arts

Wilmot, S. (1996) "Music, the User and Publishing. the Second Wave of Digital Media Technology", "Sounds Australia, Journal of the Australian Music Centre", vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 32-33, Australian Music Centre, Sydney [C3]
ERA journal ID: 41969 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

All years

Research Income - National Competitive Grants

Hafner, D*, Rigsby, B*, Allen, L*, Wrench, R* and Wilmot, S. Oral tradition, memory and social change: Indigenous participation in the curation and use of museum collections., Australian Research Council Collaborative - Linkage - Projects (Round 1) [T]

  • 2008: $16,151
  • 2007: $9,120
  • 2006: $4,422

Research Income - Industry and Other Funding

Wilmot, S. Education and Entertainment Broadband Services Prototype Project [V]

  • 1997: $151,567

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Simon Wilmot

2005

Liam Ward
Master of Arts, Thesis entitled: Documenting The Hidden - “Refugee A Recipe in Six Steps”.
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Legend:
* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

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