Publications

Selected publications (2007 to date).  For a full list of publications, please visit QUT ePrints.

Research and consultancy reports

Hallam, G. (2018). External review of the Division of Library Services Information Services Review. Charles Sturt University. (Unpublished)

Hallam, G. (2018). Law Library Victoria: Review of strategy and services. (Unpublished).

Hallam, G. (2017). Commonwealth government agency libraries review: Stage 2 report. Consultation with senior executives and policy managers in government agenciesCanberra: Australian Government Library Information Network (AGLIN).

Hallam, G. (2016). Commonwealth government agency libraries review: Research reportCanberra: Australian Government Library Information Network (AGLIN).

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. & Calvert, P. (2017). LIS education in Australasia. Invited chapter in Ismail Abdhullai (Ed.), Global library and information science. 2nd ed. Berlin: De Gruyter.

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

Hallam, G. (2018). Being evidence based makes sense! An introduction to Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP)Bibliothek Forschung und Praxis, 42(3), 453-462.

Hallam, G. & Sibthorpe, J. (2018). Facing the problems together: A collaborative approach to understanding contemporary government library and information servicesJournal of the Australian Library and Information Association, 67(3), 230-245.

Hallam, G., Thomas, A. & Beach, B. (2018). Creating a connected future through information and digital literacy: Strategic directions at The University of QueenslandJournal of the Australian Library and Information Association, 67(1), 42-54.

Weightman, A., Farnell, D., Morris, D., Strange, H. & Hallam, G. (2017). A systematic review of information literacy programs in higher education: Effects of face-to-face, online and blended formats on student views and skillsEvidence Based Library and Information Practice, 12(3), 20-54.

Hallam, G. & Ellard, R. (2015). Our future, our skills: Using evidence to drive practice in public librariesEvidence Based Library and Information Practice, 10(4), 113-131.

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 librariansEvidence 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 futureLibrary 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 metricsLibrary 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.