Thompson, Helen. ; 2005. Online services and regional web portals : Exploring the social and economic impacts.
Thompson, Helen, McEachern, Steven. Brisbane : Queensland Department of Main Roads; 2005. Hidden treasure : Unearthing aspirations and mobilising skills in a neighbourhood renewal context.
Thompson, Helen. University of Melbourne, Victoria :; 2004. Getting online for a good YARN : Achieving e-governance strength through the active participation of citizens.
Lowe, Julian, Thompson, Helen, Lynch, David, Braun, Patrice. Beechworth, Victoria : School of Economics, University of Wollongong; 2006. A case study of clustering in regional Australia : Public policies and private action.
Thompson, Helen. Melbourne : Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash University; 2002. Mainstreet.au.com : A performance evaluation.
Thompson, Helen. Ballarat Australia University of Ballarat (Beveren's Publishing); 2003. Growing exports via online communities and regional web-portals : A case from the Central Highlands region of Victoria.
Van Beveren, John, Thompson, Helen. ; 2002. The use of electronic commerce by SMEs in Victoria, Australia.
Thompson, Helen. Ballarat, Australia : CRIC, University of Ballarat; 2005. Using cluster theory as the lens through which the results of government funded online service initiatives can be examined.
Thompson, Helen. Rockhampton, Australia : CQU Publishing Unit; 2002. Delivering mainstreet.au.com functionality through 'local' community portals.
Thompson, Helen. Ballarat, Australia : SEAANZ; 2003. Growing exports via online communities and web-portals : A case from the Central Highlands region of Victoria.
Thompson, Helen. Bendigo, Australia : Latrobe University; 2005. Fostering community engagement and participation through local skills audits.
Knox, Ian, Thompson, Helen. Nacogdoches, Texas USA : International Academy of E-Business; 2003. Connecting communities : Connectivity is not enough.
Thompson, Helen. Ballarat, Victoria :; 2003. Strengthening regional communities through ICT and online capabilities – Getting beyond the regional development rhetoric.
Thompson, Helen. Rockhampton, Australia : Central Queensland University; 2003. Community building via online communities and regional web-portals.
Thompson, Helen, MacLeod, Andrew, Dahlhaus, Peter. Ballarat, VIC University of Ballarat; 2008. Spatial infrastructure, information access and knowledge building.
Thompson, Helen, Dahlhaus, Peter, MacLeod, Andrew, McKenna, Kirsten. Federation University Australia; Corangamite Soil Health Knowledge Base.
Thompson, Helen. ; 2005. University engagement and the role of ICT in building communities and social capital.
Thompson, Helen, Dahlhaus, Peter. Federation University Australia; 1850. Visualising Ballarat.
Thompson, Helen. Centre for eCommerce & Communications (CeCC); 2011. City of Ballarat and Golden Plains Shire GIS survey, 2011.
Thompson, Helen. ; 2004. Creating and sustaining online communities : Web-based services meeting the diverse needs of regional and rural Australia.
Thompson, Helen. ; 2005. Building local capacity via scaleable web-based services.
Dahlhaus, Peter, Miner, Anthony, MacLeod, Andrew, Thompson, Helen. ; 2012. A web-GIS and landslide database for South West Victoria and its application to landslide zonation.
Thompson, Helen. Centre for eCommerce & Communications (CeCC); 2010. Gippsland regional GIS survey 2010.
Fong, George, Corbett, Jennifer, Thompson, Helen, Feely, Paul, Fong, Barbara, Turville, Kylie, Taylor, Meghan. Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC)
Lateral Plains; 2011. Yarra Ranges ICT survey, 2011.
Thompson, Helen, Corbett, Jennifer, Cox, Angela. Centre for eCommerce and Communications, University of Ballarat; 2010. Young farmers for the Wimmera project.
Thompson, Helen, McEachern, Steven, MacLeod, Andrew. ; 2006. Rhetoric and reality: Reflections on experience in the diffusion of ICT-based community projects in disadvantaged communities.
Thompson, Helen, MacLeod, Andrew, McKenzie, Gregory, Gillett, Heath. Federation University Australia; Fire and Emergency Management Planning.
Eime, Rochelle, Harvey, Jack, Thompson, Helen, Feely, Paul. Elsevier; 2013. Sport and recreation spatial: Development of a national geographical information system for the sport and recreation sector.
Bahlo, Christiane, Dahlhaus, Peter, Thompson, Helen, Trotter, Mark. Elsevier B.V.; 2019. The role of interoperable data standards in precision livestock farming in extensive livestock systems : A review.
Dahlhaus, Peter, Murphy, Angela, MacLeod, Andrew, Thompson, Helen, McKenna, Kirsten, Ollerenshaw, Alison. IWA Publishing; 2016. Making the invisible visible : The impact of federating groundwater data in Victoria, Australia.
Murphy, Angela, Dahlhaus, Peter, Thompson, Helen. CEUR-WS; 2016. Historic urban landscapes and visualising Ballarat : Citizen participation for sustainable urban planning and design.
Singh, Himalaya, Fortington, Lauren, Thompson, Helen, Finch, Caroline. An overview of geospatial methods used in unintentional injury epidemiology. 2016.
Singh, Himalaya, Fortington, Lauren, Eime, Rochelle, Thompson, Helen, Finch, Caroline. Australasian Epidemiological Association; 2015. Spatial epidemiology : A new approach for understanding and preventing sport injuries.
Steel, Kathryn, Thompson, Helen, Wright, Wendy. Routledge; 2019. Opportunities for intra-university collaborations in the new research environment.