Considering the subject of my research, it is entirely appropriate that I should elect to present my dissertation in a digital multimodal format. Indeed, there is an argument that to do otherwise - and to submit a conventional text-based essay - would have to be seen in itself as questioning the validity of the digital multimodal form in an academic setting.
A key theme to emerge from my data collection - and which echoes research undertaken in student attitudes towards digital assignments (citations required) is that submitting work in an unconventional multimodal way involves. Within this comes the difficulty in anticipating how the format will sit against individual marker expectations. I won't know who they are. This is high stakes - it's the unknown. The literature talks about thinking about audience preferences, however I don't know who this will be and how they might respond. Cite from the handbook at this stage.
The form of my dissemination might be informed and influenced by the following factors:
What am I going to say and do within my dissemination rationale?
Some of the ideas here could go in my dissemination rationale.