Bianca Reisdorf and Colin Rhinesmith. (forthcoming). “An Asset-Based Approach to Digital Inclusion Research in the US Context.” In Massimo Ragnedda and Bruce Mutswairo (Eds.), Digital Inclusion: An International Comparative Analysis. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Colin Rhinesmith, David Nemer, and Christiana Urbano. (eds.) (2017). “Special Issue: CIRN Conference, 2016.” The Journal of Community Informatics, 13(2).
Miriam Sweeney and Colin Rhinesmith. (2017). “Creating Caring Institutions for Community Informatics.” Information, Communication & Society, 20(10), 1482-1497. DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2016.1234635
Sharon Strover, Brian Whitacre, Colin Rhinesmith, and Alexis Schrubbe (2017). “At the Edges of the National Digital Platform.” D-Lib Magazine, 23(5/6). https://doi.org/10.1045/may2017-strover.
Colin Rhinesmith and Angela Siefer (2017). “Digital Inclusion Outcomes-Based Evaluation.” Evanston, IL: Benton Foundation. https://www.benton.org/outcomes-based-evaluation-report.
Martin Wolske and Colin Rhinesmith. (2016). “Critical Questions for Community Informatics in Practice from an Ethical Perspective.” The Journal of Community Informatics, 12 (3), 236-242.
Colin Rhinesmith. (2016). “Community Media Infrastructure as Civic Engagement.” In E. Gordon & P. Mihailidis (Eds.), Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. (invited.)
Brian Whitacre and Colin Rhinesmith. (2016). “Broadband Un-adopters.” Telecommunications Policy, 40(1), 1-13.
Colin Rhinesmith. (2016). “Digital Inclusion and Meaningful Broadband Adoption Initiatives.” Evanston, IL: Benton Foundation.
Colin Rhinesmith, Molly Dettman, Michael Pierson, and Rebecca Spence. (2015). “YouthStudio: Designing Public Library YA Spaces with Teens.” Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults, 6(4).
Andy Bytheway, Colin Rhinesmith, and Mark Wolfe. (eds.) (2015). “Special Issue: Research Methods for Community Informatics.” The Journal of Community Informatics, 11(3). (invited guest editor.)
Brian Whitacre and Colin Rhinesmith. (2015). “Public Libraries and Residential Broadband Adoption: Do More Computers Lead to Higher Rates?” Government Information Quarterly, 32(2), 164-171.
Colin Rhinesmith and Martin Wolske. (2015). “Community Informatics Studio: A Conceptual Framework.” In: Stillman, L. and Denison, T. (Eds.), Conference Proceedings – CIRN Community Informatics Conference “Challenges and Solutions”: 13-15 October, Monash Centre Prato, Italy: Centre for Community and Social Informatics, Faculty of IT, Monash University.
Colin Rhinesmith. (2014). “The Social Shaping of Cloud Computing: An Ethnography of Infrastructure in East St. Louis, Illinois.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 51(1).
Colin Rhinesmith. (2014). “The Social Shaping of Cloud Computing: An Ethnography of Infrastructure in East St. Louis, Illinois.” Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dissertation Committee: Christian Sandvig (advisor), Linda C. Smith, Dan Schiller, Rayvon Fouché.
Martin Wolske, Colin Rhinesmith, and Beth Kumar. (2014). “Community Informatics Studio: Designing Experiential Learning to Support Teaching, Research, and Practice” (preprint), Journal of Education for Library and Information Science.
Colin Rhinesmith. (2012). “Free Library Hot Spots: Supporting Broadband Adoption in Philadelphia’s Low-Income Communities,” International Journal of Communication, 6, 2529-2554.
Colin Rhinesmith, Martin Wolske, and Adam Kehoe. (2011). “Measuring the Impact of Citizen Journalism: A Study of Community Newsrooms in North Champaign and East St. Louis, Illinois.” In: Stillman, L., Denison, T. & French, R. (Eds.), Conference Proceedings – CIRN Community Informatics Conference “To measure or not to measure: that is the question”: 9-11 November Monash Centre Prato, Italy: Centre for Community Networking Research. Centre for Social Informatics, Monash University. (awarded top paper)
Colin Rhinesmith. (2011). “Community Media in the Digital Age,” In T. Scholz (Ed.), Learning Through Digital Media: Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy, Institute for Distributed Creativity.