Hugill's use of the internet as a creative, pedagogic and research tool extends back as far as the early 1990s, before the arrival of the World Wide Web. In 2010/11, his reputation in this area was acknowledged by the British Library, who featured him in their exhibition Growing Knowledge: the evolution of research. Recognition of his contribution to internet pedagogy was made in 2006 by the Times Higher Education awards, when he was 'Highly Commended' for the 'Most Imaginative Use of Distance Learning'. He has also been a consultant to the BBC's 21st Century Classroom project and to the National Grid for Learning.
Hugill, A. (2005) MusiMOO: A Multi-User Domain for Musicians. (no longer available).
Hugill, A. (2004) The Orchestra: A User’s Manual. Available at http://andrewhugill.com/OrchestraManual
Hugill, A. et al (2004) The Sound Exchange. Available at http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/thesoundexchange/
Hugill, A. et al (2004) Sound Ideas. Available at http://andrewhugill.com/soundideas/
Hugill, A. (2004) Random Round by Percy Grainger. Interactive Flash version of Grainger's composition (takes 15 seconds to load on a decent broadband connection). Available at http://andrewhugill.com/rr/randomround.html
Hugill, A. (1999) Symphony for Cornwall (an education project involving a collaborative composition with 30 schools across Cornwall and the Bournemouth Sinfonietta). Funded by Arts Council England.
Graves. A, Hand C, & Hugill, A. (1997) 'MidiVisualiser', a VR composition tool, written in VRML and Java.
Hugill, A. (1995) Looe Island: A Virtual Tour
Hugill, A. (1994) New Impressions of Africa (a hypertext translation of Cantos I, II & IV of Nouvelles Impressions d'Afrique by Raymond Roussel, with introduction). Available at http://andrewhugill.com/nia/introduction.html