Hallam, G. (2014). Victorian public libraries: Our future, our skills. Research report. Melbourne: State Library of Victoria.
Hallam, G. (2012). Briefing paper on eTextbooks and third party eLearning products and their implications for Australian university libraries. Canberra: Council of Australian University Librarians.
Hallam, G., Ritchie, A., Hamill, C., Lewis, S. et al (2011). Health librarianship workforce and education: Research to plan the future. Final report. Canberra: Australian Library and Information Association.
Hallam, G., Harper, W., McAllister, L., Hauville, K., Creagh, T. (2010). Australian ePortfolio Practice – Supplementary Report: ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: Informing excellence in policy and practice. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.
Hallam, G. (2010). Queensland Government Agency Libraries Review: Options paper. Brisbane: Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
Hallam, G., Harper, W., Hauville, K., Creagh, T. & McAllister, L. (2009). Australian ePortfolio Practice – Stage 2: Developing a sustainable community of practice. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology.
Hallam, G., Harper, W., McCowan, C. Hauville, K., McAllister, L. & Creagh, T. (2008). Australian ePortfolio Project: ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: Informing excellence in policy and practice. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.
Hallam, G. (2009). neXus2: a research project to examine the workforce planning and staff development policies and practices in Australian libraries. Report prepared for the ALIA and NSLA.
Hallam, G. (2008). neXus: An investigation into the library and information services workforce in Australia. Report prepared for ALIA.
Refereed book chapters
Hallam, G. & Harper, W. (2011). Current ePortfolio practice in Australia. Invited chapter in D.Cambridge (Ed.), E-Portfolios and global diffusion: Solutions for collaborative education. Santa Rosa, CA: Information Science Press.
Hallam, G., Creagh, T., Harper, W. & Hauville, K. (2010). The development of strategies to drive government and academic policy to underpin ePortfolio practice in higher education. In: N. Buzetto-More (Ed.), Informing, educating, assessing and managing effectively with ePortfolios: Applications in education, business and public service.Santa Rosa,CA: Information Science Press.
Hallam, G. & Calvert, P. (2008). LIS education in Australasia. Invited chapter in Ismail Abdullai (Ed.), Global library and information science: A handbook for students and educators. Munich: K G Saur.
Hallam, G. (2007). Education in library and information management. Invited chapter in S. Ferguson (Ed.), Libraries in the twenty-first century: Charting future developments in library and information services, Centre for Information Studies,CharlesSturtUniversity: Wagga Wagga, NSW.
Hallam, G. & Partridge, H. (2007). Team teaching: Working together to promote student learning. In N. Buzetto-More (Ed.), Principles of effective online teaching: A handbook for educators developing e-learning. Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.
Refereed journal articles
Lewis, S., Hallam, G., Ritchie, A., Clark, C., Hamill, C., Kammermann, M. & O’Connor, P. (2011). Employers’ perspectives on future roles and skills requirements for Australian health librarians. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 6(4), 57-71.
Hallam, G., Ritchie, A., Hamill, C., Lewis, S., Newton-Smith, C., Kammermann, M & O’Connor, P. (2010). Australia’s health libraries: A research-directed future. Library Trends, 59(1), 350-372.
Ritchie, A., Hallam, G., Hamill, C., Lewis, S., Foti, M., O’Connor, P. & Clark, C. (2010). Designing a specialist, post-graduate, competency-based curriculum and continuing professional structure for health librarians in Australia. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 41(4), 276-299.
Hallam, G. & Creagh, T. (2010). ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: A review of the Australian ePortfolio project. Higher Education Research & Development, 29(2), 179-193.
Hallam, G. & Stokker, J. (2009). The right person, in the right place, with the right skills, at the right time: A workforce planning model that goes beyond metrics. Library Management, 30(8/9), 561-571.
Hallam, G. & Genoni, P. (2009). Library technician course recognition: Meeting the challenge of a distributed national education program. Australian Library Journal, 58(3), 233-249.