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Akser, M, Bridges, B, Campo, G, Cheddad, A, Curran, KJ, Fitzpatrick, L, Hamilton, L, Harding, J, Leath, T, Lunney, TF, Lyons, F, Ma, M, Macrae, J, Maguire, T, McCaughey, A, McClory, E, McCollum, V, McKevitt, P, Melvin, A, Moore, P, Mulholland, E, Munoz, K, O'Hanlon, G and Roman, L (2017) SceneMaker: creative technology for digital StoryTelling. In: Interactivity, Game Creation, Design, Learning, and Innovation, Proc. of the 5th EAI International Conference on ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation (ArtsIT-2016) and 1st EAI International Conference on Design, Learning and Innovation (DLI-2016). (Eds: Brooks, A.L. and Brooks, E.), Springer, Berlin, pp. 29-38. ISBN 978-3-319-55834-9 [Book section]


Moore, Paul (2016) Big Data and structural organisation in major arts bodies: an evolving ethnographic method. Cultural Trends, 25 (2). pp. 104-115. [Journal article]


Moore, Paul (2015) Big Data, Practice and Policy. In: Museums: Citizens and Sustainable Solutions. Danish Agency for Culture, 2015, pp. 268-280. ISBN 879057222X, 9788790572228 [Book section]

Moore, Paul and Lilley, Anthony (2015) Arts Data Impact. 70 pp. [Confidential report (external)]

Moore, Paul and Lilley, Anthony (2015) When Data Sings. Sound and Music, Arts Council England. 28 pp. [Research report (external)]


Lilley, Anthony and Moore, Paul (2013) Counting What Counts. NESTA. 61 pp. [Research report (external)]

Lyons, Frank and Moore, Paul (2013) The River Still Sings. [Composition]

Moore, Paul (2013) Tablets in the Classroom: An Ethnographic Study. Research Centre for Creative Technologies (RCCT). 51 pp. [Research report (external)]

Moore, Paul and Lilley, Anthony (2013) Counting What Counts: Data as an asset for cultural policymakers and practitioners. In: Ready for Tomorrow: Culture as an Agent for Social and Economic Transformation, Vilnius, Lithuania. Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]

Moore, Paul, Lyons, Frank and O'Hanlon, Greg (2013) The River Still Sings. In: Digital Arts and Humanities Conference, University of Ulster, Magee. Digital Humanities ireland. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]


Moore, Paul (2012) Get Creative: Skills, Research infrastructure and Finance. In: Get Creative: Make the Most of the Global Opportunities for the UK's Creative and Digital Sectors. BSAC. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]


Moore, Paul (2010) A Digital Participation Plan for Northern Ireland. Ofcom and the Digital Participation Working Group. 16 pp. [Research report (external)]

Moore, Paul (2010) Stap Fightin' - Accents of Violence in the Work of James Young. In: Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland. (Eds: Fitzpatrick, Lisa), Carysfort Press, Dublin, pp. 119-129. ISBN 978-1-904-505-44-0 [Book section]


Lyons, Frank, Moore, Paul, Bridges, Brian and O'Hanlon, Greg (2009) 'The River Sings'. Void Gallery. [Exhibition]

Moore, Paul (2009) From the Bogside to Namibia: The place of community broadcasting in post-conflict cultural reconstruction. From the Bogside to Namibia: The place of community broadcasting in post-conflict cultural reconstruction, 6 (1). pp. 45-58. [Journal article]

Moore, Paul, Lyons, Frank, Bridges, Brian and O'Hanlon, Greg (2009) The River Sings. The Void Gallery [Installation]


Moore, Paul (2008) Economist Debate - Regulating Business and Financial Risks: This House believes that by intervening to regulate business and financial risks, governments have made things worse. 14 pp [Internet publication]

Moore, Paul and Scott, Ted (2008) Radio Production: A Guide to Practical Skills. COTA MATS. Windhoek, Namibia. 71 pp ISBN 0-86976-721-4 [Book (authored)]


Moore, Paul (2007) 2007 – Cross(referenc)ing The Namib - sound exhibition exhibited by invitation at the National Gallery of Namibia, July 2007. National Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia [Installation]


Moore, Paul (2006) Remembering the Gaumont. Lancaster Gallery, Coventry. [Exhibition]


Moore, Paul and Bazelgette, Cary (2004) A Wider Literacy. Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission/British Film Institute. Belfast. 52 pp ISBN NIFTC/BFI2004 [Book (authored)]


Moore, Paul (2003) Legacy: Fourth phase public service broadcasting in Northern Ireland. The Radio Journal International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media, 1 (2). pp. 87-100. [Journal article]

Moore, Paul (2003) Sectarian Sound and Cultural Identity in Northern Ireland. In: Auditory Cultures. (Eds: Bull, Mike and Back, Les), Berg, Oxford, pp. 265-279. ISBN 1 858973 613 0 [Book section]


Moore, Paul (2000) From the Semiotics of Sight to the Semiotics of Sound. From the Semiotics of Sight to the Semiotics of Sound, 1 (3). pp. 148-156. [Journal article]

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