Osgood, Charles E. and Stuart A. Umpleby. "A Computer-based Exploration of Alternative Futures for Mankind 2000." In Robert Jungk and Johan Galtung (eds.). Mankind 2000. Oslo: Norwegian Universities Press, 1969, pp. 346-359. Also published in German and Korean.

Umpleby, S. "The Teaching Computer as a Device for Social Science Research. "CERL Report X-7, May 1969.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "The Delphi Exploration: A Computer-based System for Obtaining Subjective Judgments on Alternative Futures." Master’s Thesis. Social Implications of Science and Technology Report F-1, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, August, 1969, 220 pages.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "The Illinois Delphi Exploration of Alternative Futures." The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1970, pp. 129-133, Special Issue: The Future and Aesthetic Education.

Lamont, V., and S. Umpleby. "Forty Information Units with Background Paragraphs for Use in a Computer-based Exploration of the Future." Social Implications of Science and Technology Report F-2, Institute of Communications Research, March 1970.

Lamont, V. "PLATO Program on Boneyard Creek." UIUC. Institute of Communication Research, June 1970.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Citizen Sampling Simulations: A Method for Involving the Public in Social Planning." Policy Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 1970, pp. 361-375. Also published in German in Analysen und Prognosen. Vol. 12, November 1970, pp. 27-20.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "The Teaching Computer as a Gaming Laboratory." Simulation and Games, March 1971, pp. 5-25. (Paper)

Lamont, V., W. Pearson, and S. Umpleby. "The Future of the University: A Progress Report." UIUC. Institute of Communication Research, May 1971.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Structuring Information for a Computer-based Communications Medium." Proceedings of the 1971 Fall Joint Computer Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada, pp. 337-350. (Paper)

Umpleby, Stuart and John Briggs. "Exploring the Future with a Computer." The Futurist, December 1970, pp. 197-199. Also published in Ekistics, August 1972, pp. 93-96.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Citizen Feedback: The New Computer Potentials for Strengthening Democracy." EDUCOM Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1972, pp. 11-15.

Lamont, V. C. "New Directions for the Teaching Computer: Citizen Participation in Community Planning." CERL Report X-34, July 1972.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Consensus or Conflict?” PHP. August 1972. P. 71.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Information Theory and Consumer Action." Business and Society Review, Fall 1972, pp. 62-67. (Paper)

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Is Greater Citizen Participation in Planning Possible and Desirable?" Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 4, No. 1, Fall 1972, pp. 61-76. Reprinted in G. Boyle (ed.), The Politics of Technology, New York: Longmann, 1977. (Paper)

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Clandestine Techniques as Social Technology." Society, September/October 1973, p. 27.

Carter, George, Jim Gilfillan, Valarie Lamont and Stuart Umpleby. "Handbook on Computer-based Communications Media." Computer-based Education Research Laboratory, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, September 1973, 41 pages.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "Social Indicators from Cybernetics." Proceedings of the 1974 International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics. IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, Dallas, Texas, October 2-4, 1974, pp. 259-266.

Umpleby, Stuart A. "On Making a Scientific Revolution." In Heinz von Foerster, et al. (eds.). Cybernetics of Cybernetics. Biological Computer Laboratory, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, 1974, pp. 130-131. This book was reprinted by Future Systems in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1995.

Umpleby, Stuart A. “Sagan’s Conjecture.” (A letter to the editor) The CoEvolution Quarterly, Summer 1975, p. 7.

Umpleby, Stuart A. Some Applications of Cybernetics to Social Systems. PhD Dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1975.

Carter, George. "System Characteristics of Computer Comferencing" Jan. 1976. Computer-based Education Research Laboratory Reports, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.


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