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Fleischmann, Katja (2015) A successive approach to multidisciplinary teamwork in undergraduate design education: from dysfunctional to functional teams. Arts and Design Studies, 37. pp. 25-35.
Fleischmann, Katja (2015) Generalist designers, specialist projects: forming multidisciplinary teams that work. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 13 (3). pp. 26-40.
Fleischmann, Katja (2014) Design futures - future designers: give me a 'T'? Studies in Material Thinking, 11. pp. 1-23.
Fleischmann, Katja, and Daniel, Ryan (2013) Managing increasing complexity in undergraduate digital media design education: the impact and benefits of multidisciplinary collaboration. Design and Technology Education, 18 (3). pp. 35-47.
Fleischmann, Katja (2012) Preparing students for professional practice: creating an authentic learning environment to facilitate real-world learning. In: Proceedings of Global Learn, pp. 147-151. From: Global Learn 2012: Global Conference on Learning and Technology, 26-28 November 2012, USA.
Fleischmann, Katja, Visini, Gemma, and Daniel, Ryan (2012) 'We want to add to their lives, not take away...'. In: Rodgers, Paul, (ed.) Articulating Design Thinking. Libri Publishing, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 107-133.
Fleischmann, Katja (2011) Closing the gap: flexible and dynamic design education to better prepare digital media design students for professional practice. Design Principles and Practices, 5 (4). pp. 213-224.
Fleischmann, Katja (2010) The POOL Model: foregrounding an alternative learning and teaching approach for digital media design in higher education. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, 9 (1). pp. 57-73.
Fleischmann, Katja, and Daniel, Ryan (2010) Increasing authenticity through multidisciplinary collaboration in real-life scenarios in digital media design education. CoDesign, 6 (2). pp. 61-74.
Marles, Janet Elizabeth (2013) AUTO/BIOGRAPHICAL ethics: the case of The Shoebox. Auto/Biography Studies, 28 (2). pp. 192-211.