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CCCE Collaborations

In addition to the range of disciplines represented by CCCE's faculty affiliates, many projects undertaken by CCCE researchers involve collaborations that cross disciplinary boundaries and span institutions. Institutions and UW project partners with CCCE include:

Completed Collaborations

2000-2001 WTO History Project
UW Libraries, Information School, History, Labor Studies, Sociology, Political Science, Communication.

2001-2003 Global Citizen Project
UW Seattle: Political Science, Communication, Sociology, Public Affairs, History, Information School; UW Bothell; scholars from 8 universities around the world.

2001-2002 Seattle Student Voices
Annenberg Public Policy Center at U. Pennsylvania, Seattle Public Schools, UW College of Education, Political Science, Communication.

2002-2004 Election 2002 Web Archive
Library of Congress, Internet Archive, SUNY Institute of Technology.

Current Collaborations

2004-2005 Cross-national Comparative Analysis of the Web in Elections
Singapore Internet Research Center at Nanyang Technological University, Oxford Internet Institute, SUNY Institute of Technology; 30 scholars from 23 nations.

2004- Student Voices
UW College of Education, Annenberg Public Policy Center at U. Pennsylvania, Seattle Public Schools, Political Science, Communication.

Prospective Collaborations

2005 UrbanSim Development Simulation
UW Computer Science, Political Science, Communication, Information School.

2005 Symposium on Technology and Citizenship in Conjunction with UW Campaign