DH2016 Expert Workshop: Beyond The Basics: What Next For Crowdsourcing?
Please tell us more about your interest in participating in this collaborative workshop. We look forward to combining our shared expertise, interests and unique skills to move crowdsourcing past the basics.

Before applying, please ensure you have read the background information about the workshop, available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ICaynuFTjRiNwlGRp-uhB-xSFXTwdaA47NFVEYbet58/edit?usp=docslist_api

The workshop is organised by Mia Ridge (British Library), Meghan Ferriter (Smithsonian Transcription Centre), Christy Henshaw (Wellcome Library) and Ben Brumfield (FromThePage). For more information about the workshop, contact Mia @mia_out or digitalresearch@bl.uk

When putting together our list of participants, we aim balance expertise, disciplinary backgrounds, experience with different types of projects, and institutional and project affiliations. This may mean we have to make some tough decisions, and that invitations to apply do not guarantee acceptance.

Applications will close in early April, and we aim to review and notify applicants by mid-April. The workshop will be held in Kraków, Poland, on 12 July 2016, 9:30am - 4:00pm. If accepted, participants should register via the Digital Humanities 2016 website.

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Why would you like to participate?
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Please tell us about the expertise you would bring to this workshop
Participants should have some practical knowledge of running crowdsourcing projects or expertise in human computation, machine learning or other relevant topics. Your answer here will help us balance the different kinds of expertise in the room.
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Can you provide an example of a method you'd like to apply or problem you'd like to solve with or as a result of crowdsourcing?
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Do you have any burning questions you'd like to discuss at the workshop?
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Please share some examples or links that will help us understand your background or project
This might include blog posts, your twitter handle, journal articles or links to a project.
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Limited travel funding is available for participants. If you request funding, please indicate the amount and whether you will be able to attend without such funding.
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