Look out for Hui et al’s new theory of Distributed Apprenticeship in “Distributed Apprenticeship in Online Communities” Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 2018
Delta Lab is growing and we are looking for creative, smart, & hard working students interested in social computing, crowdsourcing, HCI, design, AI, & learning sciences to join our lab! Check out http://delta.northwestern.edu & apply by Dec 15th!
Design for America Northwestern alum, Luna Lights, are launching a new venture to prevent elderly falls. A brilliant combination of hardware and software. Read more about their latest accomplishments – Chicago Tonight.
Invited to the 3rd Annual Maker Ed Convening. Excited to share the Mockupsgame which is finally available to the masses on Amazon!
We are heading up a new immersion program in the Bay Area thanks to wonderful students, alumni, colleagues, and administrators. Read more here
We are pleased to celebrate grad students Julie Hui and Emily Harburg who were selected for Facebook internships and will conduct research at the Mountain View campus this fall.
Thanks to colleague, Karim Lakhani, who invited me to deliver a keynote at the Open and User Innovation Conference this summer at Harvard Business School.
Thanks to New York Times Reporter Constance Gustke for a great article about the role of crowdsourcing in innovation.
Our research on the challenging work of crowdfunding was recently featured in the April 2016 Issue of Sloan Management Review “How Crowdfunding Supports Innovation”