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Citizen Science
Wiggins, A., & Crowston K. (2010).  Developing a Conceptual Model of Virtual Organizations for Citizen Science. International Journal of Organizational Design and Engineering. 1(1/2), 148-162. Abstract
Wiggins, A., & Crowston K. (2011).  From Conservation to Crowdsourcing: A Typology of Citizen Science. Proceedings of the Forty-fourth Hawai'i International Conference on System Science (HICSS-44). Abstract
Wiggins, A., & Crowston K. (2010).  Distributed Scientific Collaboration: Research Opportunities in Citizen Science. The Changing Dynamics of Scientific Collaboration, CSCW 2010 workshop. Abstract
Wiggins, A., Newman G., Stevenson R. D., & Crowston K. (2011).  Mechanisms for Data Quality and Validation in Citizen Science. "Computing for Citizen Science" workshop at the IEEE eScience Conference. Abstract
Computer-Mediated Communication
Chudoba, K. M., Watson-Manheim M. B., Crowston K., & Lee C. S. (2011).  Participation in ICT-Enabled Meetings. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing. 23(2),  Abstract
Crowston, K., & Kammerer E. (1998).  Communicative style and gender differences in computer-mediated communications. (Ebo, Bosah, Ed.).Cyberghetto or Cybertopia: Race, Class and Gender on the Internet. 185–204. Abstract
Chen, H., & Crowston K. (1997).  Comparative diffusion of the telephone and the world wide web: An analysis of rates of adoption. (Lobodzinski, Suave, Tomek, Ivan, Ed.).Proceedings of the WebNet `97–-World Conference of the WWW, Internet and Intranet. 110–115. Abstract
Mackay, W. E., Malone T. W., Crowston K., Rao R., Rosenblitt D., & Card S. K. (1989).  How do experienced Information Lens users use rules?. (Bice, Ken, Lewis, Clayton, Ed.).Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (SIGHI). 211–216. Abstract
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