Book chapters & journal articles
Dwyer, N and Marsh, S 2016, ‘To Trust or Distrust: Has a Digital Environment Empowered Users to Proceed on Their Own Terms?’, in W.Reif et al (eds.), Trustworthy Open Self-Organising Systems, Springer Int. Publishing, Cham, Switzerland
Dwyer, N and Marsh, S 2015, ‘Social Network Culture Needs the Lens of Critical Trust Research’, in C. Jensen, S.Marsh, T.Dimitrakos, Y.Murayama, Trust Management IX, Springer Int. Publishing, Cham, Switzerland
Dwyer, N and Marsh, S 2015, ‘The Detail of Trusted Messages: Retweets in a Context of Health and Fitness’, in C. Jensen, S.Marsh, T.Dimitrakos, Y.Murayama, Trust Management IX, Springer Int. Publishing, Cham, Switzerland
Marsh, S, Dwyer, N, Basu, A, Storer, T, Renaud, K, El-Khatib, K, Esfandiari, B, Noël, S, Bicakci, M 2014, ‘Foreground Trust as a Security Paradigm: Turning Users into Strong Links’, in A. Kayem and C.Meinel eds. Information Security in Diverse Computing Environments, IGI Global, Hersey, U.S
Dwyer, N 2012, ‘Online Trust: A Moving Target’, in S.Apostel and M.Folk eds. Online Credibility and Digital Ethos: Evaluating Computer-Mediated Communication, IGI Global, Hersey, U.S
Dwyer, N and Marsh, S 2016, ‘How Students Regard Trust in an Elearning Context’, Privacy, Security and Trust, Auckland, New Zealand
Marsh, S, Dibben, M and Dwyer, N 2016, ‘The Wisdom of Being Wise: A Brief Introduction to Computational Wisdom’, 10th IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management, Damstardt, Germany
Dwyer, N and Marsh, S 2014, ‘What can the hashtag# trust tell us about how users conceptualise trust?’, Privacy, Security and Trust (PST), 2014 Twelfth Annual International Conference on, Ontario, Canada
Dwyer, N, Basu, A and Marsh, S 2013, ‘Reflections on measuring the trust empowerment potential of a digital environment’, 7th IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management, Malaga, Spain, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: 127-135
Dwyer, N 2012, ‘Participants’ Concerns About Co-Creating Together: A Case Study’, Participatory Innovation Conference, Swinburne, Australia
Dwyer, N (2011), Research Report: Communicating, technology and the Family: an Australian Perspective, Working Paper, British Telecom, Ipswich, U.K.
Dwyer, N (2008), Research Report: Towards Trust-Enabling Technology, Traces of Trust, Working Paper, British Telecom, Ipswich, U.K.
Dwyer, N (2006), Research Report: Trust and the Young Digital User: The Significance of the Trustee’s Intention, Motivation and the Gift Exchange Process, Working Paper, British Telecom, Ipswich, U.K.
Keynote, ‘Is this Thing Working? A Look at Trust Environments from the Person’s Perspective’, International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organising Systems
Public lecture, ‘When Trust is in the Foreground for Users’, Hannover Medical School, Germany, Moderator: Urs-Vito Albrecht, 1 June 2015
Invited member, British Telecom’s ‘Culture, Communication and Change’ Panel. Design Council London, U.K, July 2011
Invited Policy Network Fellow, University of Cambridge, Centre for Science and Policy (http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/network/natasha-dwyer/)
Commissioned by IGI Global to produce a series of videos entitled ‘The Design of Digital Health’ (in progress).
Dwyer, N 2011, Traces of digital trust: an interactive design perspective(Doctoral dissertation, Victoria University) (*a full written dissertation that includes discussion of two creative projects that I made during the time of my candidature).
Dwyer, N 2003, The Potential of Metaphor in Designing Art-based Interactives. RMIT University.