This one-day workshop will explore the topics in mini presentations and brainstorming sessions, and will result in a draft for a typology of participation in crowdwork.
The workshop is divided into two sessions and will involve additional online activities organized both before and after the workshop. In the first half of the workshop, participants will 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.
1) In order to register for the workshop you need to mention the workshop register code that was sent to you as CSCW requires that. At least one author must attend the workshop.
2) We would like to publish the position papers as a workshop proceedings in the International Reports on Socio-Informatics (http://www.iisi.de/international-reports-on-socio-informatics-irsi/). Please let us know if you do not wish your paper to be included. Please adjust your paper to the report format. Send it as a word file to email@example.com before feb 17 to be included in the proceeding.
3) Prior to the workshop the accepted papers will be shared among the attendees for discussion at the workshop. Two key discussant (see below), identified among the workshop attendees, will be assigned to each position paper (2 weeks before workshop), to facilitate interaction and engagement in the workshop. We ask the discussants to especially list literature that they think could be useful for developing the paper. Focus discussion on what is relevant for the theme of the workshop.
4) The participants will prepare a 5-minute presentation to be delivered at the first half of the workshop. There will be a projector and a white board.
9.30 Presentation of papers
10.10 Coffee break with light snacks
10.40 Presentation of papers continue
12.00 Lunch [not included]
1.30 Team work: Typologies
2.30 Team work presentation
3.30 Coffee break with light snacks
4.00 Open Space session
6.30 Dinner [not included]
We will take the workshop as an opportunity to explore future collaboration, e.g., a mailing list and collaborative research projects. The objective with the workshop is to develop a typology of participation in crowdwork based on an overview of the field. This research overview will be further developed in a collaborative paper. Furthermore, selected contributions from the workshop will be considered for a special issue in a HCI journal.