Publications


World Wide Women: Women and Internet Technologies

Essay for the ABC Open Learning series, Discovering Democracy

Digital Democracy
Essay for the ABC Open Learning series, Discovering Democracy

Delivering Datacasting
Essay for the ABC-Monash University series, In the Pipeline (Abridged from a submission to the Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Review into the Scope of Datacasting)

Datacasting Services for Digital Terrestrial Television Reception
Conference paper for the Australian Broadcasting Authority’s Planning Seminar, 1999

Interaction in the Public Interest: Regulating new communications technologies to manage public interest information services
Refereed conference paper for the Information management systems conference, Transcending Boundaries, Brisbane, September 2000

Public Sector Information Provision: Realising public interest objectives in a market-driven communications sector
Refereed conference paper for the Communications Research Forum, Canberra, October 2000

The Right to Regulate? Resolving tensions between perceived rights of information access and consumer protection
Conference paper for the Australian Broadcasting Authority’s Radio, Television and the New Media Conference, May 2001

Future Sport: Issues in the mediation of sports programming via new media
Invited conference paper for the Australian Marketing Institute’s Sports Marketing Conference, Brisbane, June 2000
(Slides Only)

DTV2001: Services, adoption, investment and policy issues arising from the first year of digital television in Australia
Refereed conference paper for the Communications Research Forum, Canberra, September 2001
For Powerpoint slides click here

Press Freedom and the Online Era
Panel presentation for the Brisbane Institute Seminar on the topic, Brisbane Customs House, March 2002

Knowledge Management in the Digital Age
Keynote seminar paper for the Society of Business Communicators Breakfast Seminar Series, Brisbane, April 2002

The Australian Digital Citizen
Seminar Paper for the Sociology/Anthropology Seminar series, University of Queensland, May 2002 For slides of the presentation click here

Managing Knowledge Management
Seminar paper for the Australian Institute of Management Seminar Series, Brisbane, July 2002Power Point slides

Policy Barriers to Entry: Factors affecting eCommerce adoption and practice by Australian business
Refereed Conference Paper for the Communications Research Forum, Canberra October 2002 Power Point slides

E-Marketing: The Rebirth of Intermediation
Refereed Conference Paper for the Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, December 2002

Internet and Marketing
Conference paper for the ATMA Conference, Brisbane, November 2002 (Slides Only)

E-Commerce Lexicon: Communicating in Brief
Conference paper for the national Style Council Conference, Brisbane, November 2002

Communication Over Exposure: The Rise of Blogs as a Product of Cybervoyeurism
Conference paper for the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Brisbane, July 2003

Hatcher, C., J. Jacobs and T. Flew (Eds.) (2003), Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference Proceedings, Brisbane, July 2003

The E-Business Paper Trail: Transparent record keeping in a digital environment
Invited Conference paper for the AIR Joint Venture Conference, Brisbane, August 2003

E-Commerce Management
Invited Conference paper for the Equestian Federation of Queensland, Brisbane, November 2003 (Slides only)

Williams, J. and Jacobs, J. “The ‘Blogosphere’ and its Potential Contribution to Effective Teaching and Learning in Universities,
Conference paper for the Australian Effective Teaching and Learning Conference, Brisbane, December 2003 (slides only)

Williams, J. and Jacobs, J.“The ‘Blogosphere’ and its Potential Contribution to Effective Teaching and Learning in Universities,
Refereed journal article for the Australasian Journal for Educational Technology, Volume 20, Number 2, July 2004

Social Software and Mass Communication: Amateurisation or participation?
Conference paper for the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Brisbane, July 2004 (slides only)

The Sound of Savings: Technology Issues for Management: VoIP
Brisbane Graduate School of Business Newsletter Article, February 2005

Googleblasting: Technology Issues for Management: Google Tools
Brisbane Graduate School of Business Newsletter Article, March 2005

Media on Demand: partial participation, On Line Opinion article, April 2005.

The Weakest Link in Data Security: Technology Issues for Management: Securing Information in Business Brisbane Graduate School of Business Newsletter Article, April 2005

Businesses can’t afford to say ‘Can’t’, On Line Opinion article, July 2005.

Government versus People Power Who drives Participation – The Case for the User Perspective, Sponsored debate presentation for the United Nations Conference on Engaging Communities, Brisbane, August 2005.

Information Aggregation: Technology Issues for Management: Social Software Brisbane Graduate School of Business Newsletter Article, August 2005

So What Is Podcasting and What can it Do for My Business?: Technology Issues for Management: Podcasting Brisbane Graduate School of Business Newsletter Article, September 2005

The Knowledge Tree Goes Social
Invited lead article for the Journal of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework, The Knowledge Tree, May 2006

‘Encouraging Collaboration: Using ICTs to effectively facilitate business collaboration’, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Adelaide, July 2006.

‘Interaction 2.0: Designing a playful marketspace’, Invited Keynote, Liquid Learning Interactive Marketing Conference, Sydney, August 2006.

‘Not just for geeks: Communicating in the Age of Web 2.0’, Seminar paper for the Society of Business Communicators, Brisbane, September 2006.

‘Mobile Learning, Social Learning’ (with Deborah Polson), National Online Teaching and Learning Conference, Brisbane, October 2006.

‘Creating and Sustaining Knowledge in Organisational Environments: Social software as a vehicle for knowledge networks’, International Technology, Knowledge and Society Conference, Cambridge University, UK, January 2007.

‘Mobile and Social Learning Practices in Urban Learning Spaces’, Workshop for Urban Learning Space, Glasshouse Design Centre, Glasgow, UK, January 2007.

Selected articles quoting Joanne Jacobs

Digital Television: All Hype And No Substance?, Australia.internet.com, October 02, 2001

Can New Technologies Encourage Media Diversity?, Australia.internet.com, December 14, 2001

Should We Combine Telecommunications and Broadcasting Regulation?, Australia.internet.com, January 04, 2002

Alston Targets Cross-Media Ownership Regulations, Australia.internet.com, February 05, 2002.

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