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Crowdsourcing: the Wiki Way of Working

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Pages in category "Crowdsourcing: the Wiki Way of Working"

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  1. Crowdsourcing/Print version
  2. Crowdsourcing/Restoration and reuse of images/Keeping everybody happy
  3. Crowdsourcing/In practice/Defining progress: geographical data
  4. Crowdsourcing/Gamification/Recognition and badging in Wikipedia
  5. Crowdsourcing/Further reading
  6. Crowdsourcing/Restoration and reuse of images/Improving image metadata
  7. Crowdsourcing/In practice/Division of labour for a scholarly database
  8. Crowdsourcing/Gamification/Managing motivations
  9. Crowdsourcing/Restoration and reuse of images
  10. Crowdsourcing/Restoration and reuse of images/Contextualisation
  1. Crowdsourcing
  2. Crowdsourcing/Print version
  3. Crowdsourcing/The Wikipedia way/Progress without a plan
  4. Crowdsourcing/Community design
  5. Crowdsourcing/Restoration and reuse of images
  6. Crowdsourcing/The Wikipedia way/Division of labour
  7. Crowdsourcing/Free content and open processes
  8. Crowdsourcing/Gamification/Managing motivations
  9. Crowdsourcing/The Wikipedia way/Wikipedia, the triumph of crowdsourcing
  10. Crowdsourcing/The Wikipedia way

The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total.