Try it out: Participate in a Research Study of Programming, Design, or Debugging with the Crowd
Are you a software developer or UX professional? Want to find out what it's like to use new crowdsourcing methods for programming, design, or debugging, while helping science? Keep reading.

We are researchers at George Mason University and in the Software Design and Collaboration Lab at the University of California at Irvine. Our labs design new tools and methods for software development and conduct research studies to better understand what works and what doesn't.

We are currently conducting studies of crowdsourcing for software development. Studies are generally conducted entirely online, may involve programming, design, and/or debugging tasks, and generally range in length from 1 hr to 5 hrs. Participants in most studies are compensated for their time.

If you'd like to be notified when there is an opening in a study, let us know a little bit about you by signing up below.

If you have any questions, you can contact us at
Prof. Thomas LaToza tlatoza@gmu.edu
Prof. Andre van der Hoek andre@ics.uci.edu

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