Before the workshop
Presenters* prepare a 5-10 min presentation, followed by a 5 min discussion. Every presenter is also key discussant to the following two papers. (= Presenter 1, read paper 2 and 3, and so on)
|Ujwal Gadiraju*, Neha Gupta*||1 Dealing with Sub-optimal Crowd Work: Implications of Current Quality Control Practices|
|Christoph Kotthaus*, Thomas Ludwig*||2 Toward Persuasive Design for Emergencies: Pointing Citizens in the Right Direction|
|David Stark, Elizabeth Anne Watkins*||3 The Mobius Organization: Risks of Crowdsourcing Executive Function|
|Brandie M. Nonnecke*, Dmitry Epstein||4 Crowdsourcing Internet Governance: Assessing effects of crowdsourcing platform design on Internet governance debates|
|Edward Jenkins, Andrew Garbett*, Robert Comber,Patrick Olivier||5 App Movement: Collaborative Design of Mobile Applications for Communities|
|Jan de Wit*, Stefan Manojlovic, Katerina Gavrilo, Vassilis-Javed Khan*||6 Crowdsourcing For Children: Exploring Threats and Opportunities|
|Elisabeth Joyce*||7 Seeing the Smoke Before the Fire: Conflict Management in Policy-Supported Mass Collaborations|
|Chencan Xu*, Yawen Li *, Weiyu Zhang, Mark Klein, Shengdong Zhao||8 Towards Greater Perceived Fairness: Crowdsourcing Moderation Work to Online Deliberation Participants|
|Karin Hansson*, Love Ekenberg||9 Embodiment and gameplay in crowdsourcing|
There will be a projector and a white board.
In the papers, identify practices for accommodating differences and conflicts, as a starting point for the afternoon brainstorming session.
Workshop room: LL21D
In the first half of the workshop participants briefly present their research on the topics. The second half of the workshop consists of a brainstorming session where the topics of the workshop are further explored. Finally the discussions are summarized and synthesized to form an agenda for future research.
|09.00||Welcome and introduction to the workshop and participants|
|09.30||Short presentation and discussion of the position-papers.|
|11.00||Short presentation and discussion of the position-papers.|
|14.00||Brainstorming session in smaller groups|
|15.30||Presentation and discussion of brainstorming session|
|16.30 – 17.00||Drafting an agenda for future research. Workshop summary|
We will take the workshop as an opportunity to explore future collaboration, e.g., a mailing list and collaborative research projects. A workshop report will be produced for publication in ACM Interactions and selected contributions will be considered for a special issue in a HCI journal.