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Watson-Manheim, M. B., Chudoba, K. M., & Crowston, K.. (2002). Discontinuities and continuities: A new way to understand virtual work. Information, Technology & People, 15(3), 191–209. doi:10.1108/09593840210444746
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Sawyer, S., Crowston, K., & Wigand, R.. (2014). Digital assemblages: Evidence and theorizing from the computerization of the U.S. residential real estate industry. New Technology, Work and Employment, 29(1), 40-56. presented at the 3/2014. doi:10.1111/ntwe.12020
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Jackson, C. B., Crowston, K., & Østerlund, C.. (2018). Did they login? Patterns of anonymous contributions to online communities. In ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW). doi:10.1145/3274346
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Wong, C. -sum, & Campion, M. A.. (1991). Development and test of a task level model of motivational job design. Journal of Applied PsychologyJournal of Applied Psychology, 76, 825–837.
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. presented at the 9/2010. doi:10.1504/IJODE.2010.035191
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Orlikowski, W. J., & C. Iacono, S.. (2001). Desperately seeking "IT" in IT research: A call to theorizing the IT artifact. Information Systems ResearchInformation Systems Research, 12, 121–134.
Wiggins, A., & Crowston, K.. (2009). Designing Virtual Organizations for Citizen Science. In U. Gal (Ed.), IFIP Working Group 8.2 OASIS workshop 2009. presented at the 12/2009, Phoenix, AZ. Retrieved from http://sprouts.aisnet.org/9-56/
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Crowston, K. (2010). Designing scholarly communications. In IFIP Working Group 8.2/8.6 Joint Working Conference. presented at the 30 Mar–2 Apr, Perth, Australia.
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Yan, J. L. S., McCracken, N., & Crowston, K.. (2014). Design of an Active Learning System with Human Correction for Content Analysis. In Workshop on Interactive Language Learning, Visualization, and Interfaces, 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. presented at the 06/2014, Baltimore, MD.
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Wiggins, A. (2011). Design for Citizen Science Workshop Report. presented at the 12/2011, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University School of Information Studies.
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Wiggins, A., & Crowston, K.. (2011). Describing public participation in scientific research. Syracuse University School of Information Studies.
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Annabi, H., Crowston, K., & Heckman, R.. (2008). Depicting What Really Matters: Using Episodes to Study Latent Phenomenon. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
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Crowston, K., Annabi, H., & Howison, J.. (2003). Defining Open Source Software project success. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). Seattle, WA, December.
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Li, Q., Heckman, R., Crowston, K., Howison, J., Allen, E. E., & Eseryel, Y.. (2008). Decision Making Paths in Self-Organizing Technology-Mediated Distributed Teams. Proceedings of the International Conference on Open Source Systems. Paris, France, 14-17 December.
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Data Science for Undergraduates. (2018). Data Science for Undergraduates. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. doi:10.17226/25104

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