As a research project, eBario has given rise to a number of academic papers as well as a range of general interest articles. In addition to numerous features in the local Malaysian press, the project has attracted attention from several international bodies:
The following list is an attempt at a comprehensive bibliography of other publications:
Harris, R.W. Tourism in Bario, Sarawak, Malaysia: A Case Study of Pro-Poor Community Based Tourism Integrated into Community Development, Special Issue of the Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research; Pro-Poor Tourism: Linking Tourism Development and Poverty Reduction, Volume 14, Issue 2 June 2009, pages 125 - 135.
Harris, R.W, Bala, P., Songan, P., and Khoo, E.G.L, Trang, T.Challenges And Opportunities In Introducing Information And Communication Technologies To The Kelabit Community Of North Central Borneo, New Media and Society, September 2001.
Harris, R.W., and Tarawe, J., Stories from e-Bario. In Alampy, E (ed.) Living the Information Society in Asia, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2009.
Bala,P., Songan, P., Harris, R.W, E-Bario Project: In Search of a Methodology to Provide Access to Information Communication Technologies for Rural Communities in Malaysia. In Using Community Informatics to Transform Regions, Marshall, S., Taylor, W., Xinghuo Yu, (Eds.) Idea Group Publishing, 2004.
Songan, P., Harris, R., Bala, P., & Khoo, G.L. (2000), Awareness and usage of information technology in a rural community of Bario, Sarawak. In M. Leigh (ed.), Borneo 2000: Politics, history & development (pp. 560-575). Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia: Universiti Malaysia, Sarawak.
Hushairi Zen, Khairuddin Ab Hamid, Peter Songan, Alvin W. Yeo, and Jayapragas Gnaniah, Bridging the Digital Divide – the E-Bario and E-Bedian Telecommunication Framework.
Songan, P., Alvin, Y., Gnaniah, J., Zen, H. & Hamid, K. (2005), "Lessons Learnt from the Implementation Approaches of the E Bario and E Bedian Projects". In S. Marshall, W. Taylor and X. Yu (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology. Idea Group Reference, London.
Jayapragas Gnaniah, Alvin Yeo, Peter Songan, Hushairi Zen, and Khairuddin Ab Hamid A Comparison on the Implementation Approaches for the e-Bario and e-Bedian Projects.
M.O. Abdullaha, V.C. Yunga, M. Anyia, A.K. Othmana, K.B. Ab. Hamida and J. Tarawe. Review and comparison study of hybrid diesel/solar/hydro/fuel cell energy schemes for a rural ICT Telecenter. Energy, 13 November 2009.
Bala, P. Social Shaping of Technologies for Community Development: Redeployment of Information Communication Technologies among the Kelabit in Bario of the Kelabit Highlands, in Information Communication Technologies for Human Services Education and Delivery: Concepts and Cases, By Jennifer Martin, Linette Hawkins (eds).
Harris, R.W., and Tarawe, J., e-Bario: Participatory Community Development with Information and Communication Technologies, Sustainable Community Development Conference, Kuching, Malaysia, April 24 to 27, 2006.
Songan, P., Harris, R.W., Bala,P., Khoo E.G.L., Awareness and Usage of Information Technology in a Rural Community of Bario, Sarawak, Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference 2000, 10-14 July 2000, Kuching Sarawak.
Harris, R.W., Songan, P., Khoo E.G.L.,Bala,P., Methodologies for Developing Community Information Systems in Remote Communities of Sarawak, Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference 2000, 10-14 July 2000, Kuching Sarawak.
Khoo E.G.L.,Songan, P., Harris, R.W., Bala,P., Tingang Trang, Information Technology Literacy of Rural Secondary School Teachers: A Study In The Kelabit Highlands of Bario, Borneo, Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference 2000, 10-14 July 2000, Kuching Sarawak.
Bala,P., Khoo E.G.L., Songan, P., Harris, R.W., Potential Users Profile and Existing Communication Pattern among the Rural Community of Bario: A Needs Analysis for the Development of a Telecentre, Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference 2000, 10-14 July 2000, Kuching Sarawak.
Alvin W. Yeo, Peter Songan and Khairuddin Ab Hamid. Providing Equal Access to ICTs for Rural Communities: A User-Centred Design Perspective.
Alvin W. Yeo, Khairuddin b. Abd. Hamid, Peter Songan and Johari b. Abdullah. Use of ICT as an Enabling Tool in the Enhancement of Livelihood in the Tourism Sector. eBario’s Experience and Capability Building Perspective.
Amran Bin Sharib, The Challenges Of CBT Implementation for Rural Communities, .
Bala, P., Songan, P., Khairuddin Ab. Hamid, Harris, R., & Khoo, G.L (2002). Bridging the digital divide: the e-Bario experience. Sarawak Development Journal, 5(1), 63-67. Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia: Sarawak Development Institute.
"Internet Access by Remote Communities in Sarawak: The Smart School as a Demonstrator Application".
e-Bario: The Kelabits' Gift to Malaysia by Laura Lee.
Connecting Malaysia’s rural communities to the Information Age: The E-Bario project.
e-Bario: The Kelabit’s Gift to Malaysia, John Tarawe.
Powering up Bario By Gavin Gomez.
John Tarawe. e-Bario ICT Programme Improving incomes for the local communities.Not Quite Wired Just Yet, By Piyapong Phongbai.
Desire for Progress: the Kelabit Experience with Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Rural Development in Sarawak, East Malaysia.
Roger Harris. Development Conferencing; the e-Bario Knowledge Fair experience. .
Roger Harris: Tribal Tech Supporter. In a remote corner of Borneo, bringing I.T. to the people is as much about culture as computers by JAKE STATHAM, Asiaweek, June 29th, 2001.
E-inclusion for indigenous people. An interview with John Tarawe, Chairman, e-Bario Knowledge Fair.