ItemWhite Paper for Enabling and Reusing Multilingual Citizen Contributions in the Archival Record(2022-11-30) Guzman, Allyssa; Palacios, Albert A.; Sullivant, Ryan Item"Introduction and the State of the Crowdsourcing Field" Symposium Keynote Presentation(2022-04-19) Blickhan, Samantha; Ferriter, Meghan; Ridge, MiaThe Collective Wisdom Project is an Arts and Humanities Research Council UK funded project focusing on surfacing and sharing the state of practice in digitally enabled participation and crowdsourcing, while reinvigorating and expanding a network of practitioners. The grant supported the collaboratively written book The Collective Wisdom Handbook, which features over 60 case studies, and is made openly available via PubPub. In the course of its activities, the grant brought together representatives from over 50 organizations and projects. The grant team, consisting of Drs. Mia Ridge, Sam Blickhan, and Meghan Ferriter, bring practical applications and critical questions to their efforts to support other people joining in crowdsourcing - from practitioners to participants. This talk will include reflections on the strengths of crowdsourcing practice in 2022 and where more attention is needed to develop shared practice. We’ll connect those observations to takeaways for practitioners, participants, and leadership. Together we can marry the outcomes of good planning and sustainable practice with the post-collaborative transcription activities. Item“After the Collaborative Transcription” Working Group Symposium Program(2022-04-19) Guzman, Allyssa; Palacios, Albert A.; Sullivant, RyanThe objective for this working group symposium is two-fold. First, our aim is to identify and discuss strategies for the preservation, access, and reuse of transcriptions that diverse audiences contribute to our collaborative projects. Second, we hope to also develop recommendations for the ethical reuse and attribution of citizen contributions in the archival record and scholarship. ItemWorking with Student Collaborators (Symposium Presentation)(2022-04-19) Keralis, Spencer D. C."Ethical Student Collaboration by Design" Volunteerism is fundamental to the spirit of crowdsourcing, but when we require students to contribute to faculty transcription projects as part of a class, volunteerism is not possible. Student labor in the classroom is never not coerced, and requiring students to pay for the privilege of contributing to faculty projects creates additional ethical challenges. In this talk, Dr. Keralis will apply the ideals outlined in the Design Justice Principles and the Student Collaborators' Bill of Rights to propose how we can create opportunities to collaborate with students in and out of the classroom that are ethical, just, and inclusive. ItemPreservation and Ethical Re-Use of Crowdsourced Citizen Scholarship(2020-07-17) Guzman, Allyssa; Palacios, Albert A.