Dit is een overzicht van de publicaties van onderzoeksresultaten van lector, docent-onderzoekers en studenten van het lectoraat Smart Cities van Saxion. Het complete overzicht per onderzoeker van publicaties, presentaties en congresbijdragen staat op de individuele onderzoekerspagina’s.


Spil, T. A. M. , Kwast, J. & Effing, R. (2017). Smart City Participation: Dream or reality? A comparison of participatory strategies from Hamburg, Berlin & Enschede. In Dwidvedi et al. Digital Nations – Smart Cities, Innovation & Sustainability, 16th  IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2017, Delhi, India, 21st – 23rd November 2017 (Forthcoming).


Van Aggelen, A., de Boer, V., Groen, M., Meys, W., Reitsma, J., Bonestroo, W. & Veenstra, M. (2016). Observe: Semantic Context-based Content Recommendation for Adaptive Public Screens. Proceedings of ICT.OPEN
Hallema, G., Veenstra, M., & Bank, S. (2016, June). The impact of rhetorical devices in text on public displays. In Proceedings of the 5th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (pp. 148-153). ACM.
Veenstra, M. (2016, April). Verbonden en verbindend. De openbare ruimte in de smart city. Lectorale rede. Saxion University of Applied Sciences
Effing, R., & Groot, B.P. (2016). Social Smart City: Introducing digital and social strategies for participatory governance in smart cities. In H. J. Scholl, M. Janssen, M. Wimmer, & E. Tambouris (Eds.), EGOV 2016 5-8 sep (IFIP, Lecture Notes of Computer Science)  Guimarães, Portugal: Springer Berlin / Heidelberg.
Spil, A. A. M., Effing, R., & Both, M. P. (2016). Enable, Engage and Evaluate: Introducing the 3E Social Media Strategy Canvas Based on the European Airline Industry. In K. Y. Dwivedi, M. Mäntymäki, M. N. Ravishankar, M. Janssen, M. Clement, L. E. Slade, … C. A. Simintiras (Eds.), Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 15th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2016, Swansea, UK, September 13–15, 2016, Proceedings (pp. 15–30). inbook, Cham: Springer International Publishing.
Brandenburg, S., Roosen, T., & Veenstra, M. (2016). Toward an Adapted Business Modeling Method to Improve Entrepreneurial Skills among Art Students. Artivate: A Journal Of Entrepreneurship In The Arts, 5(1), 25-33.
Effing, R. & Spil, A.A.M. (2016). The Social Strategy Cone: Towards a Framework for Evaluating Social Media Strategies. International Journal of Information Management, Elsevier, 36.
Effing, R., Van Hillegersberg, J., & Huibers, T.W.C. (2016). Social Media Indicator and Local Elections in the Netherlands: Towards a Framework for Evaluating the Influence of Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook. In M. Z. Sobaci (Ed.), Social Media and Local Governments SE – 15 (Vol. 15, pp. 281–298). Springer International Publishing.
Van de Pas, J., Van Bussel, G.J., Veenstra, M. & Jorna, F. (2016), Digital Data and the City. An exploration of the building blocks of a Smart City Architecture. In D. Baker, & W. Evans (Eds.), Digital information strategies. From applications and content to libraries and people, Chandos Digital Information Review Series- (Vol. 2, pp. 185-198). Amsterdam: Chandos Publishing


Jorna, F. & Veenstra, M. (2015). Setting up smart city ecosystems. Essential building blocks. In: Proceedings of CSC 2015. (forthcoming)
Van Bussel, G.J., Smit, N. & van de Pas, J.H. (2015) ‘Digital Archiving, Green IT and Environment. Deleting Data to Manage Critical Effects of the Data Deluge’ in: Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation  18:2, 187-198
Van de Pas, J.H. & van Bussel, G.J. (2015) ‘”Privacy Lost – and Found?” The information value chain as a model to meet citizens’ concerns.’ in: Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation,  18:2, 109-209
Veenstra, M., Wouters, N., Kanis, M., Brandenburg, S., Te Raa, K., Wigger, B. & Vandemoere, A. (2015). Should Public Displays be Interactive? Evaluating the Impact of Interactivity on Audience Engagement. In: Proceedings of International Symposium on Pervasive Displays 2015, Saarbrücken, Germany. (forthcoming)


Effing, R. (2014, November 12). The social media participation framework: studying the effects of social media on nonprofit communities. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. Retrieved from
Van de Pas, J.H. & van Bussel, G.J. (2014) ‘Privacy lost – and found? Some aspects of regaining citizens’ privacy by means of PET in the age of Big Data’. in: Proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Information System Management and Evaluation University of Ghent, Belgium 11-12 September 2014, 278-286.
Van de Pas, J.H. (2014) ‘Ad Fontes – Books on shelves! Delivering free access to information in the public library of 2025’. In: New Library World 115, 5/6, 272-284
Van de Pas, J.H. & Ekkel, L.F. (2014) ‘Hoe actief zijn studenten écht tijdens een onderwijsproject? Pilot-onderzoek naar het meetbaar maken van de activiteit van de individuele student in een project-onderwijssetting. In: Onderzoek voor Onderwijs 43, juli (2014), 5-10.


Effing, R., Holtslag, J., Ten Klooster, A., Vonhögen, R., Wieringa, A., Wielstra, S.,, Huibers, T.W.C., Van Hillegersberg, J. (2013). De sociale netwerk kerk. (R. Effing, Ed.). Utrecht: Uitgeverij Kok.
Effing, R. (2013). Kerk in verbinding: op weg naar een sociale netwerkkerk. Internationaal Katholiek Tijdschrift Communio, 38(3), 295–306. Retrieved from
Effing, R. (2013). Social Media Strategy Design. In 2nd Scientific Conference Information Science in an Age of Change, Insitute of Information and Book Studies, University of Warsaw, 2013. Warsaw. Retrieved from
Effing, R., Van Hillegersberg, J., & Huibers, T. W. C. (2013). Social Media Participation and Local Politics: A Case Study of the Enschede Council in the Netherlands. In Electronic Participation: 5th IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference, ePart 2013 (pp. 57–68).
Withaar, R., Ribeiro, G., & Effing, R. (2013). The Social Media Indicator 2: Towards a Software Tool for Measuring the Influence of Social Media. In ePart 2013 – Informatik 2013 16, Koblenz. Trauner AG. Retrieved from
Groen, M., Meys, W. & Veenstra, M. (2013). Creating Smart information services for touristsby means of dynamic open data. In:
Proceedings of UBIComp 2013 (Zürich, Switserland, September 8-10, 2013), pp. 1329-1330. Publicatielink
Kanis, M., Steur, C., Kievit, W., Versluis, S., Blaauw, D., Bolten, M. & Veenstra, M. (2013). Using an interactive model for designing public displays. In: Proceedings of Geodesign Summit Europe 2013 (Herwijnen, The Netherlands, September 19-20, 2013).
Van de Pas, J.H. (2013) ‘A framework for public information services in the twenty-first century’. In: New Library World 114, 1/2, 67-79
Veenstra, M., Wouters, N. (2013), Handboek schermen in de publieke ruimte. Van intentie tot gebruik, Interactive Public Spaces, Amsterdam, December 2013


Alizadeh, S., Kanis, M. & Veenstra, M. (2012). ITour: Using ambient intelligence to support tourism. In: Proceedings of Measuring Behavior 2012 (Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 28-31, 2012), pp. 515-519.
Effing, R., Hillegersberg, J., & Huibers, T. W. C. (2012). Measuring the Effects of Social Media Participation on Political Party Communities. In C. G. Reddick & S. K. Aikins (Eds.), Web 2.0 Technologies and Democratic Governance (Vol. 1, pp. 201–217). Springer New York. Retrieved from
Effing, R., Huibers, T., De Krosse, L., & Brandenburg, S. (2012). Social media en politiek: de waarheid achterhaald. Enschede. Retrieved from
Kanis, M., Robben, S., Veenstra, M. & Kröse, B. (2012). Visualizing ambient user experiences: Any how. Proceedings of Workshop on Crafting urban camouflage, DIS 2012, Newcastle, UK.
Kanis, M., Groen, M., Meys, M. & Veenstra, M. (2012). Studying screen interactions long-term: The library as a case. International Symposium on Pervasive Displays 2012, Porto, Portugal.
Kröse, B., Veenstra, M., Robben, S. & Kanis, M. (2012). Living Labs as Educational Tool for Ambient Intelligence. In: Ambient Intelligence, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7683: Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference, AmI 2012, Pisa, Italy, November 13-15, pp. 356-363.
Van de Pas, J.H. (2012), ‘A framework for public information services’. In: Wolf-Fritz Riekert and Ingeborg Simon eds.: “Information in e-motion”. Proceedings BOBCATSSS 2012 – 20th International Conference on Information Science. Amsterdam, 23-25 January 2012 , 263-267.


Effing, R., van Hillegersberg, J., & Huibers, T. (2011). Social Media and Political Participation: Are Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Democratizing Our Political Systems? In E. Tambouris, A. Macintosh, & H. de Bruijn (Eds.), Electronic Participation (Vol. 6847, pp. 25–35). Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. Retrieved from
Effing, R., Huibers, T. W. C., & De Krosse, L. (2011). Social Media en Provinciale statenverkiezingen: Digital Divide. Enschede. Retrieved from
Kanis, M., Meys, W., Veenstra, M., Groen, M. & Slakhorst, W. (2011). BiebBeep: An interactive screen for supporting public Library 2.0 information and social services. In: Proceedings of CHI ’11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 515-515.
Veenstra, M., Kanis, M., Groen, M., Meys, W., Slakhorst, W. (2011). Beyond Advertising: Large Displays for Supporting People’s Needs and Activities in Public Space. In: Proceedings of the CHI’11Workshop on Large Displays in Urban Life.