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Publications in 2006

Burgess, S., Johanson, G., Schauder, D. E., Karanasios, S. S., Sellitto, C., Stillman, L., (2006), Building capacity in small businesses for the use of the Internet: a study of 'outer' suburbs in Australia, Proceedings of the SME-Entrepreneurship Global Conference 2006, 17 October 2006 to 18 October 2006, School of Business, Monash University, Malaysia, Selangor Malaysia, pp. 1-12.

Karanasios, S., Sellitto, C., Burgess, S., Johanson, G., Schauder, D., Denison, T., (2006) In P. Shackleton (Ed.), 'The role of the Internet in building capacity: Small businesses and community based organisations in Australia', Proceedings of the 7th International We-B (Working for E-Business) Conference 2006. pp. 15-30. Melbourne, Vic, Australia, 29 November-1 December.

Nguyen, T. T., Johanson, G. In F. Burstein & H. Linger (Eds.), (2006)'Culture, knowledge and development in Vietnam: Local oasis or global empire?', The Local and Global in Knowledge Management - Why Culture Matters. pp. 95-119. Kew, Victoria, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing. ISBN 1740971256.

Pang, N. L., Denison, T. F., Johanson, G., Schauder, D. E., Williamson, C. M. C., 2006, Empowering communities through memories: the role of public libraries, Constructing and Sharing Memory: Community Informatics, Identity and Empowerment, 09 October 2006 to 11 October 2006, Centre for Community Networking Research, Caulfield East Vic Australia, pp. 1-18.

Stillman, L. (2006). Understandings of technology in community-based organisations: a structurational analysis (unpublished PhD). Monash University, Caulfield.

Stillman, L., & Craig, B. (2006). Incorporating Indigenous World Views in Community Informatics. Paper presented at the OTM Workshops 2006, LNCS 4277., Montpellier, France.

Schauder, D. E., Johanson, G., Taylor, W., 2006, Libraries, ICT policy, and Australian civil society: issues and prospects from national consultations, Connecting with Users: Conference Proceedings of the 13th Biannual Conference and Exhibition of the Victorian Association for Library Automation 2006, 08 February 2006 to 10 February 2006, VALA, the Victorian Association for Library Automation Inc, Mooroolbark Vic Australia, pp. 1-22.

D.Schauder, G.Johanson, T.Denison, L.Stillman, (2006), Draft information economy strategy for Australian civil society, produced for the Australian Government Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (DCITA) as an input to the 2nd World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS2) and to the strategic agenda set in ‘Australia's Strategic Framework for the Information Economy 2004-2006: Opportunities and Challenges for the Information Age', through consultations by the Roundtable for Australian Civil Society (RACS); facilitated as a commissioned research project by the Centre for Community Networking Research (CCNR), Monash University, in collaboration with the Foundation for Development Co-operation (FDC), commissioned by the Department of Communications, IT and the Arts.

Tuyen, N. T., Johanson, G., (2006), Culture, knowlege and development in Vietnam: local oasis or global empire?, in The Local and Global in Knowledge Management - Why Culture Matters, eds Frada Burstein and Henry Linger, Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, Kew Vic Australia, pp. 95-119.

Williamson, C. M. C., Bannister, M. C., Makin, L., Johanson, G., Schauder, D. E., Sullivan, J. M., (2006), 'When I'm 64': the public library after the retirement of the baby boomers, Research and Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar: Proceedings of the 2nd Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar, 16 September 2005 to 17 September 2005, Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga NSW Australia, pp. 53-66.

Williamson, C. M. C., Bannister, M. C., Makin, L., Johanson, G., Schauder, D. E., Sullivan, J. M., (2006), 'Wanting it now': baby boomers and the public library of the future, The Australian Library Journal, vol 55, issue 1, Australian Library and Information Association, Deakin ACT Australia, pp. 54-72