Bibliography

Bibliography

  • Williamson, A.(2011). Comment: E-petitions are coming to a parliament near you. Finally. Politics.co.uk, Aug 2
  • Williamson, A. (2011). Social media and the new Arab spring. Networking European Citizenship Education
  • Williamson, A. (2011). Disruption and empowerment: Embedding citizens at the heart of democracy. Journal of eDemocracy and Open Government.
  • Williamson, A. (2010). 2010: The internet election that wasn’t. Political Insight. Sep.
  • Williamson, A. (2010). E-Voting is more reliable. Local Government Chronicle. May 13.
  • Williamson, A. (2010). Using mixed methods to discover emergent patterns of local eDemocracy. AI & Society. 254(3). 321-331
  • Williamson, A. (2010). Politicians get their clicks. World Today (Chatham House). Feb.
  • Williamson, A. (2009). Some Thoughts on Gov 2.0 in Australia. Open Forum Austalia. Nov.
  • Williamson, A. (2009). Revitalising politics from the ground up: The role of digital media in promoting citizen-led democratic renewal. Representation, 45(3), 301-311.
  • Williamson, A. (2009). The effect of digital media on MPs’ communication with constituents. Parliamentary Affairs, 62(3), 514-527.
  • Williamson, A. (2008). Digital democracy: Press the red button. BBC Internet Guest Blog.
  • Williamson, A. (2007). ICT and ethnic community development (Editorial). Aotearoa Ethnic Network, 2(1).
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Balancing the inequalities of information access. eGov India, 2(8).
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Partnering with industry to improve educational outcomes in computing and IT. Association for Computing Machinery New Zealand Bulletin, 2(3).
  • Williamson, A., & DeSouza, R. (2006). Representing ethnic communities in the media. Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal, 1(1), 20-23.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Wellington City’s new ICT Policy gets a cautious tick. Australian eDemocracy. democracy.nationalforum.com.au/articles107.html.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Balancing the inequalities of information access. eGov, India, 2(8), 27-28.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Partnering with industry to improve educational outcomes in computing and IT. Association for Computing Machinery New Zealand Bulletin, 2(3), 2-4.
  • Williamson, A., & DeSouza, R. (2006). Representing ethnic communities in the media. Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal, 1(1), 20-23.
  • Williamson, A. (2005). A review of New Zealand’s Digital Strategy. Journal of Community Informatics, 2(1), Available: www.ci-journal.net/viewarticle.php?id=108 [Invited paper].
  • Williamson, A. (2004). Citizen-led engagement in democratic systems through the effective use of ICT. Junctures: The Journal of Thematic Dialogue. 2, 73-85.
  • Williamson, A. (2004, Sept 14). Harnessing technology to grow local economy. Western Leader, p. 10.
  • Williamson, A. (2003, November). Getting up to speed: A guide to broadband Internet. Titirangi Tatler.
  • Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., McNaught, C., & DeSouza, R. (2003). Issues of intellectual capital and intellectual property in educational software development teams. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 19(3), 339-355. www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet319/williamson.html.
  • Williamson, A., & Mann, S. (2003). ICT research at the grassroots: A national network for research and innovation. Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology, 7(1), 116-120.
  • Williamson, A., & Nodder, C. (2002). Extending the learning space: Dialogue and reflection in the virtual coffee shop. ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society, 32(3).
  • Williamson, A. (2002, March 4). eGovernment won’t work without eCitizens. NZ InfoTech, p. 6.
  • Williamson, A., & Gardner, M. (2002, April). The Role of Community in e-Government. CommunityNet Aotearoa Panui.
  • Williamson, A. (2001). eGovernment: Providing national and local government services in the information economy. International Network for Urban Development Newsletter, September.
  • Williamson, A. (2000). The impact of the Internet on the politics of Cuba. FirstMonday, 5(8). Available online: firstmonday.org/issues/issue5_8/williamson/index.asp

  • Gibson, R.K., Williamson, A. & Römmele, A. (2014). Chasing the Digital Wave: International Perspectives on the Growth of Online Campaigning: Special Issue. Journal of IT and Politics.
  • Williamson, A., & DeSouza, R.(2007). Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal, 2(1): ICT.
  • DeSouza, R. & Williamson, A. (Eds). (2006). Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal: Creativity. 1(2).
  • DeSouza, R. & Williamson, A. (Eds). (2006). Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal. 1(1).
  • Williamson, A. (Ed). (2003). Bulletin of Information Technology Research. 1(1).


Books

  • Williamson, A. & Sande, M. (2014). From arrogance to intimacy: A handbook for active democracy. London/Gothenburg: Democratise/Preera.
  • Gibson, R.K., Williamson, A. & Ward, S. (Eds.) (2010). The internet and the 2010 Election: Putting the small ‘p’ back in politics. London: Hansard Society.
  • Williamson, A. & DeSouza, R. (Eds.). (2008). Researching with communities. Auckland, NZ: Muddy Creek Press.
  • Mann, S., & Williamson, A. (Eds.). (2003). Proceedings of the 16th Annual NACCQ Conference. Palmerston North, NZ: National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications.
  • Williamson, A., Gunn, C., Young, A., & Clear, T. (Eds.). (2002). Winds of change in the sea of learning: Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the Australasian society for computers in learning in tertiary education. Auckland: ASCILITE.

Book Chapters

  • Williamson, A. (2010). Inside the digital campaign. In R,K, Gibson, A. Williamson, & S. Ward (Eds.). (2010). The internet and the 2010 Election: Putting the small ‘p’ back in politics (pp.17-26). London: Hansard Society.
  • Gibson, R.K., Williamson, A. & Ward, S. (2010). Introducion: What happened the internet? In R,K, Gibson, A. Williamson, & S. Ward (Eds.). (2010). The internet and the 2010 Election: Putting the small ‘p’ back in politics (pp.1-3). London: Hansard Society.
  • Williamson, A. (2008). Reclaiming democracy through digital participation. In State Services Commission (Ed.), e-Government Annual Report. Wellington, NZ: New Zealand Government.
  • Williamson, A. (2008). Transforming democracy through ICT. In C. Van Slyke (Ed.), Information communication technologies: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 2441-2449). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  • Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., DeSouza, R., & McNaught, C. (2007). Managing intellectual capital and intellectual property within software development communities of practice. In M. E. Jennex (Ed.), Knowledge management: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 3315-3327). Hershey, PA: ISG.
  • Williamson, A. (2007). New Zealand. In United Nations Development Program. Digital Review of Asia Pacific. Montreal: UNDP.
  • Williamson, A. (2007). Speaking out, being heard: An emergent online model for community participation in local democracy. In L. Stillman & G. Johnanson (eds). Constructing and sharing memory: Community informatics, identity and empowerment (371-385). UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., DeSouza, R., & McNaught, C. (2005). Managing intellectual capital and intellectual property within software development communities of practice. Reprinted in M. E. Jennex (Ed.) Knowledge management: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 3315–3327). Hersey: PA: Information Science Reference.
  • Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., DeSouza, R., & McNaught, C. (2005). Managing intellectual capital and intellectual property within software development communities of practice. In E. Coakes & S. Clarke (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge Management (pp. 364-374). Hershey, PA: Idea Group;
  • Williamson, A. (2005). Transforming democracy through ICT: An adoption model for community-led eDemocracy Practices. In S. Marshall, W. Taylor & Y. Xinghuo (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology (pp. 698-703). Melbourne, VIC: Idea Group.
  • Williamson, A. (2001). Emancipatory learning via the Internet: A model for reducing Maori socio-economic exclusion in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In W. Kim & T.-W. Ling & Y.-J. Lee & S.-S. Park (Eds.), The human society and the Internet: Internet-related socio-economic issues. Berlin, Germany: Springer.


  • Williamson, A. (2017, Oct). Exploring the digital parliament. e-Parliaments Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • Williamson, A. (2017, Oct). Enabling and empowering our communities. Keynote address at the Voluntary Action Scotland Annual Conference, Cumbernauld, Scotland.
  • Williamson, A. (2017, Oct). Digital tools for parliaments and parliamentarians. 137th IPU Assembly, St Petersburg, Russia.
  • Williamson, A. (2017, Jun). Digital participation. SALAR
  • Williamson, A. (2016, Dec). Quel enjeux démocratiques pour des «Parlements ouvert». Address to Sénat de France, Paris
    Williamson, A., Babynska, N., Landry, J-N., Marchetti, C., Alonso Murray, N. (2016, Dec). Opening legislative data at Open Government Partnership Summit, Paris.
    Williamson, A. (2016, Jun). Conference closing remarks. World e-Parliament Conference, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Valparaiso, Chile
  • Williamson, A. (2016, Jun). Social media for parliaments. World e-Parliament Conference, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Valparaiso, Chile
  • Williamson, A. (2016, Jun). World e-Parliament Report [Keynote]. World e-Parliament Conference, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Valparaiso, Chile
  • Williamson, A. (2015, Sep). Taking democracy from arrogance to intimacy. TEDxRhodes. Rhodes, Greece
  • Williamson, A. (2015, Jun). Doing government better: participation and co-production. Scottish Government Participation Week Launch, Edinburgh.
  • Williamson, A. (2015, Jun). Overcoming dissonance in democratic innovation through collective methods. Paper presented at Group Decision and Negotiation Conference 2015, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Williamson. A. (2015, May). The internet and the 2015 General Election. Keynote address at Nominet Internet Policy Forum, London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2015, March). Re-thinking local government: Devolution, funding & participation. Local Government Funding Seminar, Stirling, Scotland.
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Sep). Active democracy and the crowdsourced constitution. Bigger Boat for Open Government. London, UK
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Sep). Co-creating a better and a more intimate democracy. Collective Intelligence for the Common Good. Open University, London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Sep). EU perspectives on e-Participation (Keynote). Konferenca o uporabi interneta za krepitev demokracije, Slovenia
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Jun). Big data: What it means for government and society. British and Irish Law Librarians Conference 2014, Harrogate, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Apr). Creating campaigns with social media. Cultural Co-operation. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Apr). How social media puts citizens at the heart of democracy. Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2014, Jan). Reach out and connect: Social media for artists. Cultural Co-operation. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Dec). Parliament and New Technologies – How We Communicate with Citizens. Forum on citizens, media and parliament. National Assembly of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Williamson, A.(2013, Nov). The official report as an engagement tool in the future (Keynote). British-Irish Parliamentary Reporting Association , Cardiff, UK
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Oct). From tools to strategy: Putting citizens at the centre of our democracy. EuroPCom 2013, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Aug). Social media for parliaments (Keynote). Association of Parliamentary Libraries in Canada. Ottawa, Canada.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Aug). Effective social media for parliaments. Parliaments on the Net XI. European Centre for Parliamentary Research & Documentation/UK Parliament. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Aug). Putting citizens at the heart of democracy (Keynote). West of Sweden Regional and Local Government Forum, Kungsbacka, Sweden.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Jul). How digital communication changes the game (Keynote). ProspectUs Forum. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2013, Jun). Using Social Media to Strengthen the Relationship Between Congress and Citizens (Keynote). International IDEA Andean Regional Parliaments Workshop, Lima, Peru.
  • Nielsen, M. & Williamson, A. (2013, May). Strategies for building and sustaining successful user engagement. International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014. Krems, Austria.
  • Williamson, A., Carswell, D., Elliot, M. (2013, May). Government, Entrepreneurship and Digital Democracy. London,
  • Foreman, E., Williamson, A. & Knight, J. (2013, Apr). Peering in: Achieve campaign impact in the House of Lords. People Power 2013. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, Oct).  Parliamentary representation and communication, and the role of social media. IPU-APSG Joint  Session, IPU 127th Assembly. Quebec, Canada.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, Oct). The use of media, including social media, to enhance citizen engagement and democracy (Panel). IPU 127th Assembly. Quebec, Canada.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, Sep). Using social media to engage and inform. World e-Parliament Conference 2012, Rome.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, July). Futures Panel. Citizen 2012: London.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, June). Open source supporting open government. Open Source Government Conference. London
  • Williamson, A. (2012, June). How open source can change government and why this matters. Reading Room/Government Digital Service Open Source Event. London
  • Williamson, A. (2012, May). Evolving digital engagement: From participation to partnership. Swedish Association of Local Government and Regions e-Participation Summit, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Williamson, A. (2012, Feb). Policymaking in the cloud: Doing things differently. Political Innovation Camp 3, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Nov). Like: The revolution is social [Keynote]. CIRN Conference, Prato, Italy
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Nov). Social media and citizenship [Opening plenary]. Networking European Citizenship Education Conference, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Nov). Parliament Week: Social Media and Campaigining (Chair). University of Manchester/Hansard Society, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Jun). Democracy Forum: The Digital Agenda one year on (Chair). Hansard Society, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, May). Twitter, democracy and diplomacy in a post-Egypt age. Total Politics Panel, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Apr). Driving participation through social media [Keynote]. NECE Perspectives of Web 2.0 for Citizenship Education in Europe. Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • Williamson, A. (2011, Mar ). International perspectives on parliamentary digital engagement. Paper presented at the Democratiaeth yn ein hoes rwydweithiol/Democracy in our networked age, Cardiff, UK.
    Williamson, A. (2011). Going out to engage: Parliaments on the digital frontier [Keynote]. Fundamental to Democracy: Parliamentary research and library services international Symposium, Canberra, ACT.
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Dec). Future Democracy 2010 (Chair). London.
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Oct). Connecting Parliament and the Public. Plenary session at the World e-Parliament Conference 2010, Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Aug). Parliaments for the future (Keynote address). 26th IFLA Pre Conference of Library and Research Services for Parliaments. Sverige Riksdag, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Jul). MPs and Digital Engagement (Chair). Hansard Society, London
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Jul). Democracy Forum: Why Can’t I vote at my ATM? (Chair). Hansard Society, London
  • Williamson, A. (2010, May). Distribution and empowerment: Embedding citizens at the heart of democracy (Keynote address). 10th European eDemocracy Conference, Krems, Austria.
  • Williamson, A. (2010, Jan). Visioning the future of Parliament: The impact of digital media on the work of Parlaiment and its members. Study of Parliament Group Conference, Worcester College, Oxfxord.
  • Williamson, A. (2009, Nov). Digital Campaigning post-Obama (Chair). Future Demoracy 09 Conference, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2009, Oct). Creating civic-led spaces to harness the potential
    of digital democracy. Keynote address at the Australian Gov2.0 Conference, Canberra, ACT.
  • Williamson, A. (2009, Jun). Social Media and Citizens Participation. Presented at 9th European Conference on e-Government, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2008, Nov). Digital dialogues (chair). eDemocracy 08 conference, London.
  • Hay, C., Stoker, G. & Williamson, A. (2008, Nov), Revitalising politics: Have we lost the plot? Position paper presented at the Revitalising politics, London.
  • Williamson, A. & Miller, L. (2008, Oct). Getting engaged online: New technology. new democracy. Paper presented at CIRN 2008, Prato, Italy.
  • Williamson, A. (2008, Jun). 100th petition event (chair). Petitions Committee, National Assembly for Wales.
  • Williamson, A. (2008, May). Parliament and electronic petitions. Paper presented at the ICELE ePetitions Symposium, Kingston-upon-Thames
  • Williamson, A. (2008, May). Parliamentary ePetitions. Debate on parliamentary ePetitions, UK Parliament.
  • Williamson, A. (2008, Jan). Contextualising e-democracy. Paper presented at the e-Democracy conference, Wales Media Literacy Network.
  • Williamson, A. (2007, Dec). Community ICT in New Zealand. Paper presented at the Kings College Public Lecture Series, London.
  • Williamson, A. (2007, Nov). Digital islands: A New Zealand perspective on government and society in the information age (Plenary). National e-Democracy Conference. London, UK.
  • Williamson, A. (2007, Nov). Empowering communities to action: Reclaiming local democracy through ICT. Paper to be presented at the Community Informatics Research Network Conference, Prato, Italy.
  • DeSouza, R. & Williamson, A. (2007, Jun). Creating online spaces to connect, interact and support ‘ethnic’ communities in New Zealand. Manchester Metropolitan University Public Lecture Series.
  • DeSouza, R. & Williamson, A. (2007, Jun). Harnessing the internet to expand the discourses of national identity. Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, University of Surrey.
  • Williamson, A., & Edwards, R. (2006, May). Building a platform for tomorrow’s Digital City. Paper presented at the Connecting Up 06 Conference, Adelaide, SA.
  • Williamson, A. (2006, Oct). Disruptive spaces and transformative praxis: Reclaiming community voices through electronic democracy. Paper presented at the Comunity Informatics Research Network Conference, Prato, Italy.
  • Williamson, A., & Dekkers, J. (2005, Aug). ICT as an enabler in the community and voluntary sector in New Zealand. In G. Irwin, W. Taylor, A. Bytheway & C. Strümpfer (Eds.), Community Informatics Research Conference (CIRN) 2005 (pp. 408-429). Cape Town, South Africa: Community Informatics Research Network.
  • Koh, D., Williamson, A., & Morrison, I. (2004, Jul). Connecting community based providers through a business registry. In S. Mann (Ed.), Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications. Christchurch, NZ: NACCQ.
  • Williamson, A. (2004). Getting ready for eDemocracy: A five-stage maturity model. Paper presented at the Australian Electronic Governance Conference, Centre for Public Policy, Melbourne, VIC.
  • Williamson, A. (2003). Shifting the centre: The Internet as a tool for community activism. In S. Marshall & W. Taylor (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Information Technology in Regional Areas (ITiRA) Conference (pp. 149-155). Rockhampton, QLD: Central Queensland University.
  • Mann, S., Williamson, A., & Hynd, R. (2003, July 6-9). Dancing in the moonlight: The nature and extent of portfolio employment by IT academics. Paper presented at the 16th National Advisory Committee for Computing Qualifications Conference, Palmerston North.
  • Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., McNaught, C., & DeSouza, R. (2003, June 23-28). Credit Where Credit’s Due: Myths About Intellectual Property in Educational Software Development Teams. Paper presented at EdMedia 2003, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Williamson, A., & DeSouza, R. (2002). Creating online discursive spaces that legitimate alternative ways of knowing. In A. Williamson, C. Gunn, A. Young & T. Clear (Eds.), Winds of change in the sea of learning: Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the Australasian society for computers in learning in tertiary education. Auckland: ASCILITE.
  • Williamson, A., & Nodder, C. (2002). Using online learning to enable reflection upon authentic tasks. In A. Williamson, C. Gunn, A. Young & T. Clear (Eds.), Winds of change in the sea of learning: Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the Australasian society for computers in learning in tertiary education. Auckland: ASCILITE.
  • Williamson, A., & Mann, S. (2002, September 26-27). CITRUS: A working network of research and innovation. Paper presented at the APNZ Research Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
  • Williamson, A., & Mann, S. (2002, July 2-5). Seeding a culture of innovation and collaborative research at the grassroots through a nationally co-ordinated centre for research excellence. Paper presented at the 15th NACCQ Annual Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.
  • Fielden, K., & Williamson, A. (2002, Mar 21-22). Industry-based projects in information systems: Integrating theory and practice at the leading edge of the knowledge economy. Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, Wellington.
  • Joyce, D., Nodder, C., Williamson, A., & Young, A. (2001, Mar 5-10). Using an electronic discussion board to supplement classroom sessions with post graduate students. Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Orlando, Florida.
  • Williamson, A. (2001, July 4-6). Emancipatory learning via the Internet: A model for reducing Maori socio-economic exclusion in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference On Human.Society@Internet, Seoul, Korea (Invited speaker).
  • Williamson, A., & Muller, L. (2001, July 2-5). Taking the Internet revolution beyond the Winter Palace: Application development in post-revolutionary New Zealand. Paper presented at the 14th NACCQ Annual Conference, Napier, New Zealand.
  • Williamson, A., Nodder, C., & Baker, P. (2001). A critique of educational technology research in New Zealand since 1996. In G. Kennedy & M. Keppell & C. McNaught & T. Petrovic (Eds.), Meeting at the Crossroads (pp. 567-574). Biomedical Multimedia Unit, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education.
  • Williamson, A., Nodder, C., & Baker, P. (2001, July 2-5). Educational technology research in New Zealand: A literature review. Paper presented at the 14th NACCQ Annual Conference, Napier, New Zealand.


  • Williamson, A. (2015). Doing Government Better: Participation and Co-production. Scottish Government Participation Week.
  • Williamson, A. (2015). Digital and Open: Designing the 21st Century Legislature. National Assembly for Wales.
  • Williamson, A. & Sande, M. (2014). Democracy Forum 2014 (facilitators). Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Williamson, A. (2014). A journey from arrogance to intimacy. Gothenburg City Council, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Williamson, A. (2013). Strategic campaigning and the use of digital media. Centre for Research, Transparency and Accountability, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Williamson, A. (2013). Engaging Citizens: When, why and how to engage citizens effectively in the legislative process. Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan.
  • Williamson, A. (2013). From representation to co-creation: Democratic leadership in the networked age. Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions. Stockholm.
  • Burral, S., Williamson, A. & Prikken, I. Effective citizen engagement. PeopleFirst. Kiev, Ukraine.
  • Williamson, A. (2011). Can political communication via the Internet and e-participation contribute to the emergence of a European public sphere? STOA Workshop at the European Parliament, Brussels.
  • Williamson, A. (2011). Practitioner and Policy Perspectives on Ethnic Minority Representation (Chair). Political Representation of Ethnic Minorities in the UK in Comparative Perspective, London, ESRC/University of Manchester.
    Williamson, A. (2006, May 26). The internet as a tool for democratic renewal. Paper presented at the Future of local governance and democracy in New Zealand, Manukau City, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2005, Aug 12). Community Informatics: The New Zealand Context. Paper presented at the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute Seminar Series, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2005, May 18-20). ICT as an enabler for active participation in the democratic process. Paper presented at the GOVIS 8 Conference, Wellington, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2005, June 21). What we’ve learned from community informatics research in New Zealand. Paper presented at the 2020 Communications Trust’s Thematic Seminar on Community ICT Research, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ.
  • Williamson, A., & McNaught, C. (2004, Sept 21). Gaining research funding. Paper presented at the NACCQ Research Colloquium, Hamilton, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2004, June 15). Emerging technology; changing society. Keynote address given at the Emerging Technology in Consumer Packaging Conference. NZ Institute of Packaging, Auckland, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2002, April 11-12). Positioning citizens at the centre of eGovernment. Paper presented at the Flaxroots 2002 Conference, Auckland, NZ.
  • Williamson, A., Nodder, C., & Joyce, D. (2002, April 3-5). Reconstructing the learning space beyond the classroom walls. Paper presented at the EduCAT Summit: Innovation in eEducation, University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2001, July 6). Emancipatory learning via the Internet: A model for reducing Maori socio-economic exclusion in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Paper presented at the Ewha International Workshop on Internet Technology and Cyber Education, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.


  • Williamson, A. (2016). World e-Parliament Report 2016. Inter-Parliamentary Union, Geneva [EN, FRSP].
  • Williamson, A. (2013). Social Media Guidelines for Parliaments. Geneva; Inter-parliamentary Union
  • Williamson, A. (2012). Evolving Digital Engagement – From Participation to Partnership. London: FutureDigital
  • Bellamy, C., M. Gibbs, A. Williamson, S.R. Cubitt. (2011). Political Issue Analysis System: Policy deliberation in the age of information abundance. Melbourne, VIC: Institute for Broadband Enabled Society (IBES), University of Melbourne.
  • Williamson, A., M. Korris, et al. (2011). Connecting citizens to Parliament: How Parliament can engage more effectively with hard to reach groups. London, Hansard Society.
  • Fallon, F., R. Allen, A. Williamson. (2011). Parliament 2020; Visioning the Future Parliament: International Comparisons (Australia, Canada, Chile, UK). Parliament 2020. A. Williamson. London, Hansard Society.
  • Fallon, F., C. Kendall,A.Williamson. (2010). Parliamento 2020: Visiones del futoro del parlamento (Informe sobre el Congreso Nacional de Chile). Parliament 2020. A. Williamson. London, Hansard Society.
  • Williamson, A., Miller, L. & Fallon, F. (2010). Beyond the digital campaign. London: Hansard Society.
  • Allen, A. & Williamson, A. (2010). Parliament 2020: Visioning the future parliament – UK. London: Hansard Society.
  • Williamson, A. (2010). Digital citizens and democratic participation. London: Hansard Society.
  • Williamson, A., Miller, L. (2009). Guide to Focus Groups. London: Hansard Society.
  • Williamson. A. (2009). Twitter: Communication tool or pointless vanity? Hansard Society Digital Papers.
  • Williamson. A. (2009). MPs on Facebook. Hansard Society Digital Papers.
  • Williamson, A. (2009). MPs online: Use of the internet to communicate with constituents. London: Hansard Society.
  • Miller, L. & Williamson, A. (2008). Digital dialogues – Third report. London: Hansard Society
  • Williamson, A. (2007). Computers in Homes. Waitekere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting Limited for 2020 Trust.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Business Internet Usage in Waitakere City: A survey of internet and broadband adoption and usage amongst businesses in Waitakere City. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting Limited for Waitakere City Council.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Comparison of OECD broadband markets: A comparison of cost and performance data for business and residential broadband products in 26 countries. Wellington, NZ: Wairua Consulting Limited for InternetNZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Comparison of United Kingdom and New Zealand domestic broadband markets. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting Limited.
  • Williamson, A., & Edwards, R. (2005). Waitakere City Digital City Strategy. Waitakere City, NZ.
  • Williamson, A. (2005). The use of information and communications technologies in early childhood education in Manukau City. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting Limited for the City of Manukau Education Trust.
  • Craig, B., & Williamson, A. (2005). Survey of New Zealand community ICT organisations and projects. Wellington, NZ: Victoria University of Wellington/Department of Labour.
  • Craig, B., & Williamson, A. (2005). Technology planning and support models: Training and resources. Wellington, NZ: Victoria University of Wellington/Department of Labour.
  • Williamson, A., & DeSouza, R. (2003). Evaluation of the Otara Digital Opportunities Project. Auckland, NZ: UNITEC Centre for IT Research.
  • Williamson, A. (2002). Five-stage model for community ICT. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting. Available online at www.wairua.com/publish/fivestagemodel.pdf.
  • Williamson, A. (2002). What is the future for “e-Government”? Waitakere eDemocracy Group. Available online: www.wedg.org.nz/docs/ed20020208.html
  • Williamson, A. (2001). Application development in post-revolutionary New Zealand. Waitakere City, New Zealand: Wairua Consulting.
  • Williamson, A. (2000). Internet animation. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting.
  • Williamson, A. (2000). Maori and the new wireless frequencies. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting.
  • Williamson, A. (2000). Online auction fraud. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting.
  • Williamson, A., & Baker, P. (2000). Evaluation of a web-based teaching session. Waitakere City, NZ: Wairua Consulting

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