CSCW 2017 | Crowdsourcing Law and Policy
We plan to recruit about 25 participants who have undertaken or are interested in pursuing research and/or practice related to crowd-civic systems and online collective action for policy change. Researchers, technologist, and practitioners are invited to submit a short essay (no more than 1000 words) that characterizes their work and/or interest. Please complete the form and use the following link to submit your short essay via Dropbox.

Essays must be in a PDF format:
https://www.dropbox.com/request/eYwWguObpUo9SSRywAol

Applications are due before December 10th, you will be notified about your acceptance to the workshop on December 20th

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Please indicate the total number of authors associated with this submission (including yourself)
If asked to describe yourself in 45 seconds or less, what would you say?
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Please select the set of topics that best characterize your short essay.
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Please use the following Dropbox link to upload your short essay
Essays must be in a PDF format:
https://www.dropbox.com/request/eYwWguObpUo9SSRywAol

Applications are due before December 10th, you will be notified about your acceptance to the workshop on December 20th

Thank you!
Thank you very much for your interest, on behalf of the organizing committee for the workshop, we look forward to reading your essay, thinking about your work and meeting in Portland this February 2017! If you have any questions or want to discuss the workshop, please email Brian McInnis at bjm277@cornell.edu
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