Talks and workshops

How to support participation and quality contribution on websites for crowdsourcing cultural heritage
National Digital Forum 2015 conference, 13-14 October 2015, Wellington, New Zealand
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Why evaluation isn’t a party at the end: Evaluating crowdsourcing websites
National Digital Forum 2013 conference, 27 November 2013, Wellington, New Zealand
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How effectively are crowdsourcing websites in the cultural heritage sector supporting volunteer participation and quality contribution?
National Digital Forum Barcamp (guest speaker), 21 June 2013, Hamilton, New Zealand
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Crash course in crowdsourcing (interactive presentation)
Workshop on Crowdsourcing for the Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage Sector, 23 April 2013, Victoria University of Wellington
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Functionality and usability requirements for a crowdsourcing task interface that supports rich data collection and volunteer participation / A case study: The New Zealand Reading Experience Database
History of Reading Workshop, 23 February 2013, Victoria University of Wellington
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Optimizing crowdsourcing websites for volunteer participation: An examination of What’s on the Menu? 
National Digital Forum 2012 conference, 21 November 2012, Wellington, New Zealand
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How could crowdsourcing be used to enhance New Zealand’s tertiary art collections?
Museums Aotearoa 2012 conference, 19 April 2012, Wellington, New Zealand
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