Crowdsourcing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Editor/Author Information Resources Management Association
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 978-1-52-258362-2
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 263
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: March 2022
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Crowdsourcing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of crowdsourcing in business operations and management, science, healthcare, education, and politics.

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Table of Contents

  • Editor-in-Chief
  • Associate Editors
  • Editorial Advisory Board
  • Preface
  • Section 1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • Chapter 1: The Transformation of Collective Intelligence
  • Chapter 2: Principles in Crowdfunding Benefits and Validation Tools
  • Chapter 3: On the Configuration of Crowdsourcing Projects
  • Chapter 4: Massive Open Program Evaluation
  • Chapter 5: Digital Inclusion, Crowdfunding, and Crowdsourcing in Brazil
  • Chapter 6: Using Virtual Environments to Transform Collective Intelligence
  • Chapter 7: The Crowdfunding Market, Models, Platforms, and Projects
  • Chapter 8: Toward a Typology of Crowdfunding Motivations
  • Chapter 9: Towards Crowd-Driven Business Processes
  • Section 2: Development and Design Methodologies
  • Chapter 10: A Framework for Using Crowdsourcing in Government
  • Chapter 11: Disruption and Deception in Crowdsourcing
  • Chapter 12: Developing an Integration Framework for Crowdsourcing and Internet of Things With Applications for Disaster Response
  • Chapter 13: The Influence of Crowdsourcing Business Model into Artificial Intelligence
  • Chapter 14: Designing Effective Crowdsourcing Systems for the Healthcare Industry
  • Chapter 15: A Business Model Framework for Crowd-Driven IoT Ecosystems
  • Chapter 16: Concepts for the Design of a Manager-Centric Global Decision Support System for Organizations
  • Chapter 17: Crowdfunding as an Open Innovation for Co-Creation
  • Section 3: Tools and Technologies
  • Chapter 18: Crowdsourcing as a Tool for Improving Learning in Tertiary Institutions in Developing Countries
  • Chapter 19: Crowdsourcing the Disaster Management Cycle
  • Chapter 20: Improving Accessibility Through VGI and Crowdsourcing
  • Chapter 21: Crowdsourcing New Tools to Start Lean and Succeed in Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurship in the Crowd Economy
  • Chapter 22: Conducting Survey Research Using MTurk
  • Chapter 23: The Lux Made in Case Study
  • Chapter 24: Intermediation and Innovation Contests on the Internet
  • Chapter 25: A Smart City Remembers Its Past
  • Chapter 26: Crowdsourcing Social Innovation
  • Chapter 27: PEER
  • Chapter 28: Engaging With the Participatory Geoweb
  • Chapter 29: Citizen-to-Citizen Resource Sharing in Emergency Response
  • Chapter 30: More Than Just Networking for Citizen Science
  • Chapter 31: Exploring the Role of Open Innovation Intermediaries
  • Chapter 32: Digital Collaboration in Educational and Research Institutions
  • Chapter 33: Digital Participatory Platforms for Co-Production in Urban Development
  • Chapter 34: Social Bootstrapping
  • Chapter 35: Collaborative Consumption as a Tool for Agricultural Expansion in Developing Countries
  • Chapter 36: Collaborative and Educational Crowdsourcing of Spaceflight Software Using SPHERES Zero Robotics
  • Chapter 37: Social Media Utilization for the Service Innovation
  • Chapter 38: A Primer for Conducting Survey Research Using MTurk
  • Chapter 39: The Infomediary Campaign in the Philippines as a Strategy to Alleviate Information Poverty
  • Chapter 40: Traffic Analysis Based on Short Texts From Social Media
  • Chapter 41: Free and Open Source Tools for Volunteer Geographic Information and Geo-Crowdsourcing
  • Section 4: Utilization and Applications
  • Chapter 42: Incorporating Global Medical Knowledge to Solve Healthcare Problems
  • Chapter 43: Quality and Acceptance of Crowdsourced Translation of Web Content
  • Chapter 44: Understanding Crowdsourcing of Agricultural Market Information in a Pilot Study
  • Chapter 45: The Permissibility of Crowd Funding Within South Asia
  • Chapter 46: Smart Activation of Citizens
  • Chapter 47: Use of Social Media in Citizen-Centric Electronic Government Services
  • Chapter 48: Electronic Collaboration in Organizations
  • Chapter 49: A Route Recommender System Based on Current and Historical Crowdsourcing
  • Chapter 50: Revisiting Software Engineering in the Social Era
  • Chapter 51: How Do the Crowdfunders Judge the Crowdfunded?
  • Chapter 52: Creating Shared Value and Increasing Project Success by Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Chapter 53: Creating an Educational Social Network Based on the Private Cloud Simulation and User Interaction in Solving Educational Problems
  • Chapter 54: Collective Intelligence in Online Education
  • Chapter 55: The Crowdfunding Communities and the Value of Identification for Sustainability of Co-Creation
  • Chapter 56: Open Source, Crowdsourcing, and Public Engagement
  • Chapter 57: Between Davos and Porto Alegre
  • Chapter 58: Quality Evaluation of Volunteered Geographic Information
  • Chapter 59: Empowering Crisis Response-Led Citizen Communities
  • Chapter 60: Managing Social Knowledge Management
  • Chapter 61: Crowdsourcing Dispute Resolution
  • Section 5: Organizational and Social Implications
  • Chapter 62: Investigating Factors Influencing the Quality of Crowdsourced Work Under Different Incentives
  • Chapter 63: “Do-It-Yourself Justice”
  • Chapter 64: Crowdsourcing in Local Public Administration
  • Chapter 65: The Crowdsourcing Scheme as an Innovative Management Tool in University Spin-Offs
  • Chapter 66: The Potential of Crowdsourcing in the Health Care Industry
  • Chapter 67: Emotional and Subjective Volunteered Geographical Information
  • Chapter 68: Networks for Cyberactivism and Their Implications for Policymaking in Brazil
  • Chapter 69: Enhancing Creativity in E-Planning
  • Chapter 70: Dynamics of Pledge Behavior of Crowdfunded Projects
  • Chapter 71: Value Creation in Business-to-Business Crowd Sourcing
  • Chapter 72: Crowdsourcing Investigations
  • Chapter 73: Philosophical Framing and Its Impact on Research
  • Chapter 74: Sharing Semantic Territorial Interpretation
  • Chapter 75: Crowdcasting
  • Section 6: Critical Issues and Challenges
  • Chapter 76: Beyond Micro-Tasks
  • Chapter 77: Can Crowdfunding Provide a Solution for the Financial Problems of SMEs in Turkey?
  • Chapter 78: Software Process Paradigms and Crowdsourced Software Development
  • Chapter 79: There Is an App for That Too
  • Chapter 80: Crowd Learning
  • Chapter 81: Shared Practices in Articulating and Sharing Rationale
  • Section 7: Emerging Trends
  • Chapter 82: Translation Learning Environments for the Future
  • Chapter 83: The Probabilistic Innovation Field of Scientific Enquiry