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Mobilizing Shared Capital for Grassroots Action
Timothy Maciag, Daryl H. Hepting and Roger A. Petry

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Timothy Maciag is a PhD Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Regina. His research interests include human-computer interaction, knowledge discovery, and information visualization. He has specific interest in the research and development of free/libre open source software, the design of Internet-based communities, the development of computer-aided tools for supporting education for sustainable development, and education toward the ethical and social implications of computing. As well, he is the system administrator for the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development in Saskatchewan (RCE Saskatchewan; www.saskrce.ca).
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Daryl H. Hepting is a member of the Department of Computer Science and an associate member of the Department of Media Production and Studies at the University of Regina. His research is focused on the development of tools to help people deal with and navigate complex
information spaces, in application areas as diverse as environmental decision support, eyewitness identification, and multimedia composition. He is an active member of IFIP WG5.11 (Computers and the Environment) and has organized regular sessions on "Interaction Design for Environmental Information Systems" at various conferences.
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Dr. Roger A. Petry is a Rhodes Scholar with degrees in philosophy and mathematics from the University of Regina (Canada), philosophy, politics, and economics and philosophical theology from the University of Oxford, and an interdisciplinary doctoral degree in Canadian Plains Studies from the University of Regina. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Luther College at the University of Regina. His research interests include university innovation for sustainable development and strategic dimensions in moving to new production systems. Dr. Petry is co-coordinator of the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development in Saskatchewan (RCE Saskatchewan; www.saskrce.ca).

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