Crowd Statement Marathon
We would like to know what people working in paid crowdsourcing think about trust in the context of crowd work. You can have a say!

Please let us know your opinion by writing one sentence on the topic. You may write something about an existing problem, a wish that you have or a solution that you propose. In any case, it should be related to the topic of trust.

This Crowd Statement Marathon is part of the Workshop "Weaving Relations of Trust in Crowd Work: Transparency and Reputation across Platforms" co-located with WebSci16 (http://trustincrowdwork.west.uni-koblenz.de).

We will present a summary of the collected statements during our workshop and we will publish the generated materials online.

If you need some inspiration, you can read a list of some of the topics that we are interested in:
http://trustincrowdwork.west.uni-koblenz.de/topics

But feel free to write on a topic that is not listed there.

The call for statements will open on Friday April 15 and will close on Friday April 29.

Thank you so much in advance!

Cristina Sarasua, M. Six Silberman, Kristy Milland, and Gianluca Demartini
(The organizers of the workshop).

One sentence about trust in crowd work (EN)
Please write one short sentence related to the topic of trust in crowd work. Write your message in English.
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Add a link to a picture or video
If you would like to have your sentence displayed in a picture, or if you would like to say the message in a video, please share a URL with us where we can download the picture or the video.
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Your name and surname
Please write your name and surname (e.g. Paul Smith). We would like to display all the statements acknowledging their authors.
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Your Country
Please write the country where you come from. We will not share this information publicly. We just would like to have it to be able to compute and report some general statistics.
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Your contact information
If you would like us to share the results of the crowd statement marathon, please give us your e-mail address. We will not share this information publicly. We just would like to have it to be able to contact you later on.
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