Douglas Schuler

Doug Schuler has a masters degree in Software Engineering from Seattle University and a masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Washington. He's a former chair of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR), a founding member of the Seattle Community Network (SCN), and a faculty member of The Evergreen State College where he teaches and learns about civic intelligence, social imagination, technology, and social implications of the network society.

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Schuler, Douglas, Russo, Peter, Boose, John, Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. (1990): Using Personal Construct Techniques for Collaborative Evaluation. In International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 33 (5) pp. 521-536.

A., Bond, Clement, Andrew, Cindio, Fiorella de, Schuler, Douglas (eds.) Participatory Design Conference , 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Schuler, Douglas (2005): The Seattle Community Network: Anomaly or Replicable Model?. In: Besselaar, Peter Van den, Koizumi, Satoshi (eds.) Digital Cities III - Third International Digital Cities Workshop September 18-19, 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. pp. 17-42.

Schuler, Douglas (eds.) OCSC 2007 - Online Communities and Social Computing - Second International Conference July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China.

(1993): Participatory Design: Principles and Practices, ,