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Crowdsourcing Accessibility: Human-Powered Access Technologies

Erin Brady, Jeffrey P. Bigham
2015 Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction  
Sloan Foundation Fellowship, and by a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) (#90DP0061-01-00).  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been supported by National Science Foundation Award #IIS-1149709, an Alfred P.  ...  Incentives for Crowd Work Workers may have many different motivations for participating in crowd work.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1100000050 fatcat:m5nv2m55rnctndrgietkexypje

Online citizen science projects: an exploration of motivation, contribution and participation

Vickie Curtis
A number of theoretical models of motivation and participation are considered. While many individuals register to take part in these projects, only a small proportion become active participants.  ...  These active citizen scientist volunteers are motivated to participate because they want to make a contribution to science or have a background interest in science.  ...  Science as a Game The games interface is a powerful draw for several players, and the system of points and ranking is a motivating factor for two of those interviewed.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ fatcat:kzeefii3ofbrdcraa4scti6wca

Social App Accessibility for Deaf Signers [article]

Kelly Mack, Danielle Bragg, Meredith Ringel Morris, Maarten W. Bos, Isabelle Albi, Andrés Monroy-Hernández
2020 pre-print
We employ a mixed-methods approach involving seven in-depth interviews and a survey of a larger population (n = 60).  ...  We further identify key areas of difficulty in consuming content (e.g., lack of captions for spoken content in videos) and producing content (e.g., captioning signed videos, signing into a phone camera  ...  A response of 4 indicates a neutral opinion quality differs between social media and that of news sites or the rest of the web, perhaps due to the quality or content of the videos posted in these different  ... 
doi:10.1145/3415196 arXiv:2008.05691v1 fatcat:43wtftvtc5h3zi6qcs3h5yj4te