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From Crowdsourcing to
Knowledge Communities: Creating
Meaningful Scholarship Through
Digital Collaboration
Jon Voss

Strat...
Social Good? http://bit.ly/historypin-community
Civic Engagement Is Declining
Engagement Enhances Happiness
We Believe That
Local people
Sharing stories about a
shared place
Build stronger local
connections
Actor

+
Action

=

Imp...
Year of the Bay
regional, broad topic
Living with the
Railroads
regional, domain specific
500 Novels
broad corpus, specific ...
http://yearofthebay.org
http://blog.historypin.org/2013/07/04/crowdsourcing-year-of-the-bay-historymysteries/
http://www.historypin.org/project/42-railroads/
https://www.historypin.org/en/explore/victorian-london/
Take-aways
Crowdsourcing vs. Knowledge Communities
Of the web not on the web (tech + society)

Identifying community partn...
Future Research
Evaluation framework & measurements

Annotation Tools (UI + Demand?)
Data Sharing (Round-tripping)
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities
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Slides from talk entitled From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities: Creating Meaningful Scholarship Through Digital Collaboration
Presented at Museums and the Web 2015, April 9, 2015 (Chicago) and Digital Humanities 2015, July 1, 2015 (Sydney).

Accompanying papers:
http://mw2015.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/from-crowdsourcing-to-knowledge-communities-creating-meaningful-scholarship-through-digital-collaboration/
http://dh2015.org/abstracts/xml/VOSS_Jon_From_Crowdsourcing_to_Knowledge_Communit/VOSS_Jon_From_Crowdsourcing_to_Knowledge_Communities__C.html

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From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities

  1. 1. From Crowdsourcing to Knowledge Communities: Creating Meaningful Scholarship Through Digital Collaboration Jon Voss
 Strategic Partnerships Director Historypin
 jon.voss@historypin.org @jonvoss
 @historypin
 historypin.org
  2. 2. Social Good? http://bit.ly/historypin-community
  3. 3. Civic Engagement Is Declining
  4. 4. Engagement Enhances Happiness
  5. 5. We Believe That Local people Sharing stories about a shared place Build stronger local connections Actor
 + Action
 =
 Impact
  6. 6. Year of the Bay regional, broad topic Living with the Railroads regional, domain specific 500 Novels broad corpus, specific tasks Crowdsourcing for Humanities Research http://humanitiescrowdsourcing.stanford.edu/
  7. 7. http://yearofthebay.org
  8. 8. http://blog.historypin.org/2013/07/04/crowdsourcing-year-of-the-bay-historymysteries/
  9. 9. http://www.historypin.org/project/42-railroads/
  10. 10. https://www.historypin.org/en/explore/victorian-london/
  11. 11. Take-aways Crowdsourcing vs. Knowledge Communities Of the web not on the web (tech + society)
 Identifying community partners and demand/interest Co-designing projects and research Outputs & Rewards Longer timeframes!
  12. 12. Future Research Evaluation framework & measurements
 Annotation Tools (UI + Demand?) Data Sharing (Round-tripping)

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