Crowdsourcing and human computation are transforming human-computer interaction: from games with a purpose, to creative uses of Mechanical Turk, to massive volunteer projects like Wikipedia, to new ways to run user studies and new interactive systems powered by crowds.

The goal of this workshop is to stake out a research agenda for our field.

This one-day workshop will bring together researchers within and beyond the CHI community who have demonstrated interest in crowdsourcing and human computation, in order to lay out a framework for continued innnovation.

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Serving the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, and Conestoga College, we strive to bring Jews and people together through social, cultural, religious, and educational programs.

Tuesday’s Terrific Teaching Tips (4T) is faculty sharing their best practices and tips with each other across disciplines and faculties at Nor Quest College, a large Alberta college where upgrading, health and business are taught in a very diverse context.

Every Tuesday, new Terrific Teaching Tips are emailed to faculty to review, discuss, comment on and use as needed.After a round of introductory lightning talks, we will spend most of the day in group discussion.The times in the schedule below are tentative, depending on exactly when CHI schedules the refreshment breaks in the morning and afternoon.We aim to gather researchers who are: These deliverables will be posted on this web site and maintained going forward.Note that this workshop is not intended for presentations of original research work.The English language program (ELP) is currently seeking students who would like to participate in the buddy program this summer.