Cox, A., Francke, H., Haider, J., Hall, H., Huvila, I. (2012, October). Transformation or continuity? The impact of social media on information: implications for theory and practice. Paper presented at ASIS&T 2012 Annual Meeting, Baltimore.
Kimpeler, S., Lindner, R., Taylor-Smith, E., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P. (2012, July 2012). Supporting young people's political participation through distributed discussion - lessons obtained from an EU pilot. Paper presented at IPSA World Congress, Madrid, Spain.
Taylor-Smith, E., Kimpeler, S., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P. (2012). Distributed discussion: an integrated eParticipation model for engaging young people in technology policy. In: Charalabidis, Y., Koussouris, S. (Eds.) Empowering Open and Collaborative Governance, , () ( ed.). (pp. 181-198). Berlin Heidelberg: . .
Hall, H. (2011). More than mere information assets: the reach of social media in information services delivery. University of Edinburgh Business School.
Hall, H., Widen-Wulff, G., Peterson, L. (2010). Not what you know, nor who you know, but who you know already: examining online information sharing behaviours through the lens of social exchange theory. Libri, 60, (2), 117-128.
Loudon, L., Hall, H. (2010). From triviality to business tool: the case of Twitter in library and information services delivery. Business Information Review, 27, (4), 236-241.
Hall, H. (2009, May). Opportunity and risks offered by social computing tools as perceived by information and knowledge managers. Paper presented at SLA Eastern Canada Members' Day, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
Hall, H., Widen-Wulff, G., Peterson, L., Davison, B. (2009, June). Shared relationships, spaces and online information behaviours: a social exchange and capital perspective. Paper presented at Information: Interactions and Impact (i3), Aberdeen.
Hall, H. (2009, November). Shared relationships, spaces and online information behaviours: a social exchange and social capital perspective. Paper presented at ASIST 2009: Thriving on diversity - information opportunities in a pluralistic world, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Hall, H. (2009, June). When social means business: the potential of social computing tools to support collaborative work as part of the organisational information infrastructure. Paper presented at Innovation in e-information, Manchester, UK..
Rutter, M. (2009). Messenger in The Barn: networking in a learning environment. ALT-J, 17, (1), 33.
Hall, H. (2008, September). Culture as culprit: using actor-network theory to unpick power issues of knowledge exchange in corporate environments. Paper presented at Developing and sustaining a knowledge sharing culture, University of Warwick Business School.
Hall, H. (2008). Realising the potential of technology tools: expecting the unexpected. In: Turner, C. (Ed.) Proceedings of Online Information 2008, , () ( ed.). (pp. 23-25). London: . Imark.
Hall, H., Widen-Wulff, G. (2008). Social exchange, social capital and information sharing in online environments: lessons from three case studies. Studia Humaniora Ouluensia, 8, (), 73-86.
Shoniwa, P., Hall, H. (2008). Library 2.0 and UK academic libraries: drivers and impacts. New Review of Information Networking, 14, (2), 69-79.
Hall, H., Goody, M. (2007). KM culture and compromise - interventions to promote knowledge sharing supported by technology in corporate environments. Journal of Information Science, 33, (2), 181-188.
Hall, H. (2007, November). Motivating learner engagement in online environments: the relevance of social exchange theory. Paper presented at JISC CETIS Conference 2007, Birmingham, UK.
Hall, H., Davison, B. (2007). Social software as support in hybrid learning environments: the value of the blog as a tool for reflective learning and peer support. Library and Information Science Research, 29, (2), 163-187.
Davenport, E., Turner, P., Van de Walle, G. (2006, ). Inclusion Or Alienation? Computer Literacy In A Group Of Older People. Paper presented at IFIP 8.2 Working Conference on Social Exclusion--Societal and Organisational Implications for Information Systems, Limerick.
Rutter, M. (2006). Tutorial chat: a case study of synchronous communication in a learning environment. ALT-J, 14, (2), 169.
Davenport, E., Turner, P., Van de Walle, G. (2004). Talking about computers among a group of older people. In: (Ed.) Proceedings Second International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, , () ( ed.). (pp. ). : . .
Whyte, A. (2003, September 2003). Conversations with Non-Human Actors in E-Democracy. Paper presented at ECSCW e-Democracy Workshop, Helsinki, Finland.