|D.Barker, G.Johanson, (2004), ‘Budgets, books and billiards: The Eaglehawk Mechanics' Institute, 1869-1912', Journal of Australian Cultural History October (5) 120-147.
T.Denison, G.Hardy, G.Johanson, L.Stillman, D.Schauder, (2004), CICT: the Monash Community Information and Communications Technology Index; report. At: http://www.ccnr.net/?q=node/41.
Dension, T., Stillman, L., Johanson, G., & Schauder, D. (2003). Theory, practice, social capital, and information and communications technologies in Australia. Paper presented at the Many Voices, Many Places -- Electronically Enabling Communities for AnInformation Society: A Colloquium. Research Results, Lessons Learned, Policy Recommendations.' Monash Centre, Prato Italy.
T.Gilding, A.Tatnall, M.Arnold, G.Johanson, (2002) ‘Improving the quality of the PhD community: SSTN, an Inter-university Support Network'. In Quality conversations; Proceedings of the 2002 Annual International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA), 7-10 July.
G.Hardy, G.Johanson., (2003)‘Characteristics and choices of Internet access users in Victorian public libraries'. In Online Information Review, October, 27(5) 344-358.
Johanson, G., (2004), ‘In-laws, or just good friends? Two communities of learning and practice', Australian Law Librarian, 12(2), autumn, pp 37-43. Sole author.
Johanson, G., Hardy, G., Stillman, L., Schauder, D., & Denison, T. (2002). Community Networking: Taxonomies and Theories. Paper presented at the Electronic Networking 2002- Building Community : Conference Proceedings (CD Rom), Monash University.
Johanson, G., & Stillman, L. (2002). Conference proceedings, Electronic Networking 2002 : Building Community Conference, Monash University, Caulfield Campus.
Johanson, G , (2002), ‘Ethics in research', ch 4 in K. Williamson, ed., Research methods for students, academics and professionals: information management and systems, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Second edition. ISBN 1876938420.
Johanson, G , (2000), A study of colonial editions in Australia, 1843-1972, Elibank Press, Wellington, New Zealand (commercial publisher). ISBN 0958349630.
Johanson, G , (2000) ‘Historical research', ch 10 in K. Williamson, ed., Research methods for students and professionals: information management and systems, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Sole author. ISBN 0949060895.
G.Johanson, K.Williamson, D.Schauder, (2000), ‘Information management research in a multidisciplinary context', in Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Conference, held at Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, 20 September 2004. CIS Research Reports, no. 7, Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, pp.77-95.
G.Johanson, T.Denison, N.Otis., (2004),‘Building Sustainable Learning Communities in Vietnam.' In Proceedings of Prato Colloquium: Sustainability and Community Technology: What Does this Mean for Community Informatics? , at Monash Prato, September-October. ISBN 0958058839
G.Johanson, T.Denison, L.Stillman, D. Schauder, (2003)‘Theory, practice, social capital, and information and communications technologies in Australia'. In Many Voices, Many Places - Electronically Enabling Communities for An Information Society: A Colloquium: Research Results, Lessons Learned, Policy Recommendations, Prato, Italy 15-16 September, 2003, at: www.ccnr.net/prato2003/.
G.Johanson, T.Denison, G.Hardy, L.Stillman, D.Schauder, (2002), ‘Community Networks: Identities, Taxonomies and Evaluations'. In Electronic Networks -- Building Community, 5th Community Networking Conference, Melbourne 3-5 July. ISBN 0958105804
N.Otis, G.Johanson, (2004), Community sustainability and information and communications technologies: current knowledge and recent cases'. In Proceedings of The Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004, at: http://www.public-policy.unimelb.edu.au/egovernance/ConferenceContent.html#nancyotis.
D.Schauder, G.Johanson, W.Taylor, T.Denison, L.Stillman, (2004), ‘Trust and e-democracy: Australian Civil Society and the World Summit on the Information Society process'. D.Schauder, G.Johanson, W.Taylor, T.Denison, L.Stillman, Paper presented at conference Enabling Government, Engaging Communities: an Online Perspective, sponsored by AGIMO, Brisbane 17-18 November 2004, at: http://www.agimo.gov.au/resources/ppt/2004/041117ds.
L.Stillman, G.Johanson., (2002), Australia's Civil Society Statement for the World Summit on the Information Society (Geneva), commissioned by the Department of Communications, IT and the Arts, by
Stillman, L. (Ed.). (2004). Community and Information Technology: The Big Questions. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, download from http://www.ccnr.net/?q=node/101.
Stillman, L., Hardy, G., Schauder, D., & Samuel-King, M. (2001). Knowledge Management: Disorienting Reorientations for Third Sector Organisations. Paper presented at the Global Networking Conference 2001. from http://webstylus.net/?q=node/23
Stillman, L., & Stoecker, R. (2004). Empowerment for the West: Community Information, Knowledge Management & Technologies for community service providers in Melbourne's Western region: A Prospective Report. Paper presented at the Building & Bridging Community Networks: Knowledge, Innovation & Diversity through Communication, 31st March - 2nd April, 2004, University of Brighton, UK.
K.Williamson, G.Johanson, (2003), Building the Internet Workforce project; evaluation, commissioned by the Department of Education Science and Training. See: http://www.itee.uq.edu.au/~seminar/archive/sem-0382.html.