This learning resource will be designed to understand crowdsourcing as methodology and after finishing the learning resource you will be able to initiate a basic crowdsourcing project.
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- (Open Community Approach) This learning resource is following the Open Community Approach. Explain why Wikipedia, Wikiversity is following the Crowd Sourcing approach. What is the resource coming from the crowd.
- (Swarm Intelligence)
- (Open Data Collection) Open Data Kit can be used as Open Source Platform to collect the data. Analyze the contribution of data collection in the context of
- Citizen science
- Collaborative innovation network
- Collaborative mapping
- Collective consciousness
- Collective intelligence
- Collective problem solving
- Commons-based peer production
- Crowd computing
- Crowdsourcing software development
- Distributed thinking
- Distributed Proofreaders
- Flash mob
- Government crowdsourcing
- List of crowdsourcing projects
- Participatory democracy
- Participatory monitoring
- Smart mob
- Social collaboration
- "Stone Soup"
- Virtual Collective Consciousness
- Virtual volunteering
- Wisdom of the crowd
- Wikipedia contributors. (2018, October 6). Crowdsourcing. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 06:33, October 10, 2018, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Crowdsourcing&oldid=862731845