Adrian Miles Bibliography
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Associate Professor Adrian Miles was co–director of the non/fictionLab, and Deputy Dean Learning and Teaching in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University, in Melbourne, Australia. He was formerly the Program Director of the consilience Honours lab. He was also a senior new media researcher in the InterMedia Lab at the University of Bergen, Norway.
Miles had extensive experience in the development, implementation and assessment of innovative pedagogies in new media and media studies education. Miles undertook substantial research and development in desktop networked interactive technologies, using 'off the shelf' software and systems to develop new knowledge genres and objects.
His academic research on hypertext and networked interactive video is widely published. Research interests included hypertext, new pedagogies for media education, digital humanities and media, digital video poetics, interactive documentary, and computational nonfiction. There is a strong theoretical theme through all this work (Deleuze's cinema philosophy, recent research on new materialism, and avatars of these.) He was the first or second person in the world to videoblog.
This bibliography is a hyperlinked listing of his physical academic book collection, metadata from the related research data collection, and images of his office and book collection.