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The Value Sensitive Design Research Lab gratefully acknowledges the agencies, institutes, and corporations who have supported the work of the lab. The research and other work reported on this web site is based, in part, upon work supported by the following funding sources. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this web site or related materials are those of the Value Sensitive Design Research Lab and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding agencies or individuals.
- National Science Foundation. Grant IIS-1143966. EAGER: Speaking Across Generations: An Early Investigation into Multi-lifespan Information System Design. (2011 – 2013).
- Washington Research Foundation. Unrestricted Gift. To support commercialization of the Envisioning Cards. (2010).
- National Science Foundation Grant CNS-0905384. Collaborative Research: Mobile Personal Privacy and Security - A New Framework and Technology to Account for Human Values. (2009-2012).
- Unrestricted Gifts. To support the Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal Project. (2009).
- Google, in-kind gift of 5 Android phones
- Step One, in-kind gift of K-8 conflict resolution materials
- Young Oh
- National Science Foundation Grant. SGER: Multi-lifespan Information System Research Initiative -- The Information for an International Justice System. (2008 - 2009).
- Unrestricted Gifts. To support the Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal Project. (2008).
- The Information School, University of Washington
- John and Virginia Meisenbach
- Seattle University School of Law
- UW Foundation
- National Science Foundation Grant IIS-0325035. ITR: Value Sensitive Design - Integrating Values into the Design of Information and Computer Systems. (2003 - 2010). [Includes one REU Award]
- National Science Foundation Grant EIA-0121326. ITR/PE: Interaction and Participation in Integrated Land Use, Transportation, and Environmental Modeling. (2001 – 2006). [Includes two REU Awards]
- Intel Corporation Unrestricted Gift. To support research in Value Sensitive Design. (2004).
- National Science Foundation Grant IIS-0102558. Augmented Reality of the Natural World and Its Psychological Effects: A Value-Sensitive Design Approach. (2001-2004).
- Intel Corporation Unrestricted Gift. To support research in Value Sensitive Design. (2002).
- Center for Mind, Brain, and Learning, University of Washington. Robot Pets in the Lives of Young Children. (2001-2002).
- National Science Foundation Grant SES-0096131. Collaborative Research: Network Browser Security and Human Values: Theory and Practice. (1998-2002).
- National Science Foundation Grant IIS-9911185. Informed Consent Online: Criteria, Metrics and the Design of Web-Based Programming Languages. (1999-2001).
- National Science Foundation Grant IIS-0000567. Value Sensitive Design: Cultivating Research and Community. (2000-2001).