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Books (1)
Biddle, Nicholas, Al-Yaman, Fadwa, Gourley, Michelle, Gray, Matthew, Bray, Rob, Brady, Brendan, Pham, Le, Williams, Emma and Montaigne, Maxine (2014). Indigenous Australians and the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Canberra, ACT: ANU Press. 53  
Journal Articles (1)
Williams, Emma (2014). Informed consent in evaluation: informed of what, exactly?. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts,(14):180-203. 60 56
Conference Papers (3)
Guenther, John Ch., Williams, Emma and Arnott, Allan R. (2010). The politics of evaluation: evidence-based policy or policy-based evidence. In: NARU Public Seminar Series, Darwin, NT, 30 November 2010. 25  
Williams, Emma and Cummings, Eileen (2009). Moving toward the fire: developing a tool to provide meaningful results to both government funders and to remote community members. In: Australiasian Evaluation Society Conference Papers, Canberra, ACT, 31 August - 4 September 2009. 37 1
Guenther, John Ch., Arnott, Allan R. and Williams, Emma (2009). Measuring the unmeasurable: Evaluations of complex programs in the Northern Territory. In: NARU 2009 Public Seminar Series, Darwin, NT, 8 October 2009. 60 1
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Guenther, John Ch., Arnott, Allan R. and Williams, Emma (2009). Evaluation of the Northern Territory Differential Response Pilot Project. Darwin, NT: CDU: Social Partnerships in Learning Research Consortium. 140 1
Williams, Emma, Guenther, John Ch., Tumminello, Rachel E. and Arnott, Allan R. (2009). Literature review: Definitions, issues and models relevant to the Family Violence Partnership Program projects in the Northern Territory. Darwin, NT, Australia: Charles Darwin University: Social Partnerships in Learning Research Consortium. 54 1