CPSR Working Papers
CPSR Working Papers is a project launched in May, 2005 to publish a series of provocative, in-depth contributions to public thinking around computer-related issues, and to continue CPSR's historic role as a vibrant source of progressive thinking. While submissions should fall within CPSR's progressive approach to its mission, CPSR Working Papers reflect the views of individual members and are intended to stimulate discussion and provoke new thinking, rather than represent fully developed CPSR positions.
The fourth contribution to this series is
COMPUTERIZED (DRE) ELECTIONS ARE NOT TRUSTWORTHY
By Richard D. Tucker. February, 2007
The third contribution to this series is
CONVERGENT USABILITY EVALUATION:
A CASE STUDY FROM THE EIRS PROJECT
By Jeff Johnson. December, 2005
The second contribution to this series is
COLLECTIVE LEARNING IN THE
WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
By William J. Drake. May, 2005
The first contribution to this series is
OUTSOURCING HIGH-TECH JOBS:
WHY BENIGN NEGLECT ISN'T WORKING, AND WHY IT MATTERS.
By Nancy Brigham. May, 2005
All suitable working papers published on the CPSR web site fall under Creative Commons licensing. Under Creative Commons licensing submissions are free for noncommerical use with attribution. For any other uses, people must contact cpsr (a) cpsr.org for permission. See http://www.creativecommons.org for more information. Each paper's author will, of course, have control over those "other uses," and will be responsible for other intellectual property matters and clearances. Working Papers may be also published in other media, so long as there are no copyright restrictions that limit their appearance on the CPSR site.
CPSR members interested in publishing your paper on the CPSR website
or in helping to launch and develop this series and/or vet papers in
your area of expertise, please send a message to cpsr (a) cpsr.org with
"Working Papers" in the subject area.
Working Papers are reviewed by the CPSR Publications Committee, which is now chaired by Board member Nancy Brigham.
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