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Article

Boehm, C and Lilja-Viherlampi, L and Linnossuo, O and McLaughlin, H and Gomez, E and Mercado, E and Martinez, O and Kivelä, S and Männamaa, I and Gibson, J (2016) Contexts and Approaches to Multiprofessional Working in Arts and Social Care. Journal of Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS Journal).

Boehm, C (2016) Academia in Culture 3.0: a Crime story of Death and Rebirth (but also of Curation, Innovation and Sector Mash-ups). REPERTÓRIO: Teatro & Dança, 19 (2). pp. 37-48. ISSN 2175-8131

Clennon, O and Boehm, C (2014) Young musicians for heritage project: Can a music-based heritage project have a positive effect on well-being? Music Education Research, 16. ISSN 1461-3808

Boehm, C (1999) The Metadata Bear – Bearing the Weight of Accessibility. Journal of Educational Media, 24 (3). pp. 177-189. ISSN 1358-1651

Book Section

Boehm, C (2016) Music Industry, Academia and the Public. In: Proceedings of the 42nd International Computer Music Conference 12-16 September. HKU University of the Arts, Netherlands, pp. 90-97. ISBN 978-0-9845274-5-8

De Jong, K and Boehm, C (1998) MusicWeb Den Haag - Developing Tools for Higher Music Education, using Wide Area Networks and Hypermedia Technology. In: Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference 1998. International Computer Music Association.

Boehm, C and Hempel, C and De Jong, K (1997) MusicWeb, New Communication and Information Technologies in the Music Classroom. In: International Computer Music Conference Proceedings 1996. International Computer Music Association, pp. 17-20.

Report

Clennon, OD and Boehm, C and Hamilton, H (2012) Young Musicians for Heritage Project: Final Evaluation Report. UNSPECIFIED. Manchester Metropolitan UniversityManchester.

Conference or Workshop Item

Wigham, P and Boehm, C (2016) Exploiting Mimetic Theory for Instrument Design. In: International Computer Music Conference, 12 September 2016 - 16 September 2016, Utrecht. (In Press)

Boehm, C (2016) Industry, Academia and the Public: a University Perspective by a Music Technologist. In: Westminster Media Forum: Creative Industries in England - regional growth, funding models and policy priorities, 19 May 2016, London.

Boehm, C (2015) Triple Helix Partnerships for the Music Sector: Music Industry, Academia and the Public. In: Innovation In Music 2015.

Boehm, C (2014) A brittle discipline: Music Technology and Third Culture Thinking. In: SEMPRE Conference: Researching Music Technology in Education: Critical Insights.

Boehm, C (2009) 2084 - Brave creative world: Creativity in the computer music curriculum. In: International Computer Music Conference.

Boehm, C and England, D (2008) Creating creative processes: a workshop demonstrating a methodological approach for subjects between the sciences and the arts. In: People and Computers XXII Culture, Creativity, Interaction.

Patterson, J and Boehm, C (2001) CIRCUS for Beginners. In: CIRCUS 2001 - New Synergies in Digital Creativity. Proceedings of the Conference for Content Integrated Research in Creative User Systems (CIRCUS)., Glasgow.

Boehm, C and MacLellan, D (2000) Music Tagging Type Definitions: Systems for Music Representation and Retrieval. In: Euromicro Conference, 2000..

Boehm, C and Malloch, S and Duffy, C and Arnold, S and Pearson, T and Maurer, HA and Olson, RG (1998) The Performing Arts Data Service. In: WebNet 98: World Conference of the WWW, Internet & Intranet.

Other

Boehm, C (2015) Engaged Universities, Mode 3 Knowledge Production & the Impact Agendas of the REF. Westminster Higher Education ForumLondon.

Boehm, C and Linden, J and Gibson, J and Carver, G and Clennon, O and Mackenzie, N (2014) Community, Identity and Locality: Sustainability & impact of university-housed, small-scale arts centres. A panel discussion. European League of Institutes of Arts (ELIA)Glasgow.

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