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* Because this syllabus a wiki, you will be able to track every change by clicking the history button on this page when I make changes. I will summarize these changes in the weekly [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/announcements an announcement on Canvas] sent that will be emailed to everybody in the class. Closely monitor your email or the announcements section on the [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/announcements course website on Canvas] to make sure you don't miss these announcements.
 
* Because this syllabus a wiki, you will be able to track every change by clicking the history button on this page when I make changes. I will summarize these changes in the weekly [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/announcements an announcement on Canvas] sent that will be emailed to everybody in the class. Closely monitor your email or the announcements section on the [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/announcements course website on Canvas] to make sure you don't miss these announcements.
 
* I will ask the class for voluntary anonymous feedback frequently — especially toward the beginning of the quarter. Please let me know what is working and what can be improved. In the past, I have made many adjustments to courses that I teach while the quarter progressed based on this feedback.
 
* I will ask the class for voluntary anonymous feedback frequently — especially toward the beginning of the quarter. Please let me know what is working and what can be improved. In the past, I have made many adjustments to courses that I teach while the quarter progressed based on this feedback.
* Many readings are marked as "''[Available through UW libraries]''". Most of these will be accessible to anybody who connects from the UW network. This means that if you're on campus, it will likely work. Although you can go through the UW libraries website to get most of these, the easiest way to get things using the [https://www.lib.washington.edu/help/connect/tools UW library proxy bookmarklet]. This is a little button you can drag-and-drop onto your bookmarks toolbar on your browser. When you press the button, it will ask you to log in using your UW NetID and then will automatically send your traffic through UW libraries. You can also use the other tools on [https://www.lib.washington.edu/help/connect this UW libraries webpage].
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* Many readings are marked as ''[Available through UW libraries]''. Most of these will be accessible to anybody who connects from the UW network. This means that if you're on campus, it will likely work. Although you can go through the UW libraries website to get most of these, the easiest way to get things using the [https://www.lib.washington.edu/help/connect/tools UW library proxy bookmarklet]. This is a little button you can drag-and-drop onto your bookmarks toolbar on your browser. When you press the button, it will ask you to log in using your UW NetID and then will automatically send your traffic through UW libraries.
  
 
== Organization ==
 
== Organization ==
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* Respond to your peer review. Consider their suggestions and decide whether they makes your work more accurate and complete.
 
* Respond to your peer review. Consider their suggestions and decide whether they makes your work more accurate and complete.
* Continue improving your article. Refine your text, do more research, make sure things are well organized, think about adding images, infoboxes, and templates. If you add images be sure to complete [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/training/students/images-and-media the WikiEd material on images and media].
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* Continue improving your article. Refine your text, do more research, make sure things are well organized, add images, infoboxes, and templates.
  
==== [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Wiki Task 6|Wikipedia Task #6]] ====
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==== Wikipedia Task #6 ====
 
;Task: Make article "live."
 
;Task: Make article "live."
 
;Due Date: Friday February 14
 
;Due Date: Friday February 14
 
;Deliverables: Make contributions in Wikipedia and [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter) the class WikiEdu dashboard]  
 
;Deliverables: Make contributions in Wikipedia and [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter) the class WikiEdu dashboard]  
  
* Polishing your article, it should be ready for public consumption. Here are some [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Wiki_Task_6#Polishing_Suggestions|general suggestions]].
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* Polishing your article, it should be ready for public consumption.
* Move sandbox articles into the "(Article)" name space by following these [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Wiki_Task_6#Moving_your_work_to_Wikipedia_-_the_detailed_edition|detailed instructions]].
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* Move sandbox articles into the "(Article)" name space by using the "Move" tab, by setting the namespace to "(Article)" and by setting the page title to be whatever you want the article to be named.
* Once you have moved the article, visit the [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter)/students list of students in the WikiEdu dashboard] and make sure that you are assigned the live article URL. If needed, remove the old one by clicking the "'''+'''" button to open the menu and using the "'''-'''" button next to the old "sandbox" copy of your article, then press "Save" at the top of the page once you are done.
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* Once you have moved the article, visit the [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter)/students list of students in the WikiEdu dashboard] and (a) assign the new URL to yourself and (b) remove the old one by clicking the "'''+'''" button to open the menu and using the "'''-'''" button next to the old "sandbox" copy of your article. You need to press "Save" at the top of the page once you are done.
  
 
==== Wikipedia Task #7 ====
 
==== Wikipedia Task #7 ====
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;Maximum paper length: 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
;Maximum paper length: 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
;Deliverables:  
 
;Deliverables:  
:*Details on poster sessions including specific due dates, instructions, and dropboxes are on [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions]]
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:*Attend poster sessions to present poster; Turn in copy of poster in PDF form [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166698 through Canvas]
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166700 in Canvas]
 
:*Turn in copy of paper [https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1369415/assignments/5166700 in Canvas]
  
 
For your final project, I expect students to build on the community identification assignment to describe what they have done and what they have found. I'll expect every student to give both:
 
For your final project, I expect students to build on the community identification assignment to describe what they have done and what they have found. I'll expect every student to give both:
  
* A poster presentation (see instructions on  [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions]])
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* A short presentation to the class (5-6 minutes)
 
* A final report that is not more than 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
 
* A final report that is not more than 2,000 words (~8 pages double spaced)
  
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* BSOC, Chapter 1, pg 1-17
 
* BSOC, Chapter 1, pg 1-17
  
=== January 10 (Friday) Section ===
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=== January 10 (Friday) Section: Wikipedia Assignments ===
 
 
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
 
=== January 13 (Monday): Motivation (Part II) ===
 
=== January 13 (Monday): Motivation (Part II) ===
  
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=== January 17 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== January 17 (Friday) Section ===
 
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
=== January 20 (Monday): NO CLASS ===
 
=== January 20 (Monday): NO CLASS ===
  
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=== January 24 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== January 24 (Friday) Section ===
 
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
=== January 27 (Monday): Rules and Governance (Part I) ===
 
=== January 27 (Monday): Rules and Governance (Part I) ===
  
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=== January 31 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== January 31 (Friday) Section ===
 
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
=== February 3 (Monday): Rules and Governance (Part II) ===
 
=== February 3 (Monday): Rules and Governance (Part II) ===
  
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*  Matias, J. Nathan. 2016. “Going Dark: Social Factors in Collective Action Against Platform Operators in the Reddit Blackout.” In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1138–1151. CHI ’16. New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858391. ''[[https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858391 Available through UW libraries]]'' ''[[https://natematias.com/media/GoingDark-Matias-2016.pdf Available through Author's website]]''
 
*  Matias, J. Nathan. 2016. “Going Dark: Social Factors in Collective Action Against Platform Operators in the Reddit Blackout.” In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1138–1151. CHI ’16. New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858391. ''[[https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858391 Available through UW libraries]]'' ''[[https://natematias.com/media/GoingDark-Matias-2016.pdf Available through Author's website]]''
  
=== February 5 (Wednesday): Newcomers (Part I) ===
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=== February 5 (Wednesday): Newcomers ===
  
 
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* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/61551571/download?download_frd=1 Week 5 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
 
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'''Required Readings:'''
 
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=== February 7 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== February 7 (Friday) Section ===
 
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=== February 10 (Monday): Newcomers ===
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
=== February 10 (Monday): Newcomers (Part II) ===
 
  
 
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* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/61752973/download?download_frd=1 Week 6 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
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=== February 14 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== February 14 (Friday) Section ===
 
Working through the [[#Project_1:_Contributing_to_Wikipedia|Wikipedia assignments]].
 
 
 
=== February 17 (Monday): NO CLASS ===
 
=== February 17 (Monday): NO CLASS ===
  
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=== February 19 (Wednesday): Wikipedia Debrief ===
 
=== February 19 (Wednesday): Wikipedia Debrief ===
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* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/33322441/download?download_frd=1 Slides from Jonathan Morgan] (Requires UW Access)
  
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In the first half of today's class we'll be visited by [https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/User:Jtmorgan Jonathan Morgan], an expert on newcomers to Wikipedia, a PhD graduate from UW, currently an employee of the Wikimedia Foundation, and the first author of the paper we'll be reading as our case today.
  
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/61946294/download?download_frd=1 Week 7 Reading Note] (Requires UWs Access)
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This includes [https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/User:Jtmorgan Jonathan Morgan], an expert on newcomers to Wikipedia, a PhD graduate from UW currently an employee of the Wikimedia Foundation, and the first author of the paper we'll be reading as our case today.
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62321207/download?download_frd=1 Case Boards] (Requires UW Access)
 
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In the first half of today's class we'll hear from a series of local Wikipedia researchers.
  
 
In the second half of class, we will have a visit from local Wikipedia group [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cascadia_Wikimedians Cascadia Wikimedians] (full disclosure, I am a member). Prepare to give a very short (~1 minute ) in-class presentation about your Wikipedia editing experience and also be ready with questions for them about your experience or about Wikipedia in general based on the readings and cases we've done so far.
 
In the second half of class, we will have a visit from local Wikipedia group [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cascadia_Wikimedians Cascadia Wikimedians] (full disclosure, I am a member). Prepare to give a very short (~1 minute ) in-class presentation about your Wikipedia editing experience and also be ready with questions for them about your experience or about Wikipedia in general based on the readings and cases we've done so far.
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'''Required Readings:'''
 
'''Required Readings:'''
  
* [Case] Morgan, Jonathan T., Siko Bouterse, Heather Walls, and Sarah Stierch. 2013. “Tea and Sympathy: Crafting Positive New User Experiences on Wikipedia.” In Proceedings of the 2013 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 839–848. CSCW ’13. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2441776.2441871. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2441776.2441871}} [[http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.307.1301&rep=rep1&type=pdf Free online]]
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* {{tentative}} [Case] Morgan et al., "Tea and sympathy: crafting positive new user experiences on Wikipedia" Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW '13), Pages 839-848, ACM New York, NY, USA, 2013. [[https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2441871 Official Link (Available through UW libraries)]] [[http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.307.1301&rep=rep1&type=pdf (Free Online)]]
** [Case] Visit ''the Teahouse'' on Wikipedia. In particular, spend time on these three pages and associated sub-questions: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Questions Teahouse questions forum] and the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Hosts Teahouse host profiles].
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* {{tentative}} [Case] Visit ''the Teahouse'' on Wikipedia. In particular, spend time on these three pages and associated sub-questions:
* [Case] Narayan, Sneha, Jake Orlowitz, Jonathan Morgan, Benjamin Mako Hill, and Aaron Shaw. 2017. “The Wikipedia Adventure: Field Evaluation of an Interactive Tutorial for New Users.” In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, 1785–1799. CSCW ’17. New York, NY: ACM. https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/2998181.2998307. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2998181.2998307}}
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** [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Questions Teahouse questions forum]: What do the questions here tell you about the kinds of challenges that new editors face? How does this jibe with your own experience as a new Wikipedian?
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** [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Hosts Teahouse host profiles]: What do the profiles on this page tell you about the demographics and motivations of Teahouse Hosts? Does anything about the Teahouse host characteristics and motivations you read in these profiles surprise you? Why or why not?
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** [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Guests Teahouse guest profiles] and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Teahouse/Guest_book Guest book]: What do the profiles on this page tell you about the demographics and motivations of Teahouse visitors? Does anything about the Teahouse guest characteristics and motivations you read in these profiles surprise you? Why or why not?
  
 
'''Optional Readings:'''
 
'''Optional Readings:'''
  
* Halfaker, Aaron, R. Stuart Geiger, and Loren G. Terveen. 2014. “Snuggle: Designing for Efficient Socialization and Ideological Critique.In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 311–320. CHI ’14. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557313. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557313}}
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* {{tentative}}  Halfaker, A., Stuart Geiger, R., Morgan, J. T., & Riedl, J. (2013). The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedia’s Reaction to Popularity Is Causing Its Decline. American Behavioral Scientist, 57(5), 664–688. [[https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764212469365 (Access through UW libraries)]] [[http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0002764212469365 (Open Access)]]
* Morgan, Jonathan T., and Aaron Halfaker. 2018. “Evaluating the Impact of the Wikipedia Teahouse on Newcomer Socialization and Retention.In Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, 20:1–20:7. OpenSym ’18. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3233391.3233544. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/3233391.3233544}}
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* {{tentative}}  Nathan TeBlunthuis, Aaron Shaw, and Benjamin Mako Hill. 2018. Revisiting "The Rise and Decline" in a Population of Peer Production Projects. In Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Paper 355, 7 pages. [[https://doi.org/10.1145/3173574.3173929 (Open Access)]]
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* {{tentative}} Jonathan T. Morgan and Aaron Halfaker. 2018. Evaluating the impact of the Wikipedia Teahouse on newcomer socialization and retention. In Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym '18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 20, 7 pages. https://www.opensym.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/OpenSym2018_paper_15-1.pdf
  
 
=== February 21 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== February 21 (Friday) Section ===
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=== February 24 (Monday): Learning Communities ===
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=== February 24 (Monday): Innovation Communities ===
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* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62126432/download?download_frd=1 Week 8 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
 
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'''Required Readings:'''
 
'''Required Readings:'''
  
* von Hippel, E. (2005). [http://web.mit.edu/evhippel/www/democ1.htm Democratizing innovation]. Read Chapters 1, 2 & 5.
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* Roque, R.; Dasgupta, S.; Costanza-Chock, S. Children’s Civic Engagement in the Scratch Online Community. Soc. Sci. 2016, 5, 55. [https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/5/4/55 Open Access]
* [Case] Allio, Robert J. 2004. “CEO Interview: The InnoCentive Model of Open Innovation.” Strategy & Leadership 32 (4): 4–9. https://doi.org/10.1108/10878570410547643. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1108/10878570410547643}}
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* Brennan, K., Monroy‐Hernández, A., & Resnick, M. (2010). Making projects, making friends: Online community as catalyst for interactive media creation. New directions for youth development, 2010(128), 75-83. [http://web.media.mit.edu/~mres/papers/NDYD-final.pdf PDF From MIT.edu]
* [Case] Spend some time poking around the [https://www.innocentive.com/ Innocentive website], in particular, read the:
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* [Case] [https://scratch.mit.edu/ https://scratch.mit.edu]: Visit the site. Read [https://scratch.mit.edu/about the about page], the [https://scratch.mit.edu/parents the information for parents], [https://scratch.mit.edu/educators and for educators]. Watch all the videos.  Spend some time exploring and run some programs (try to find at least one animation and at least one game).
** [https://www.innocentive.com/offering-overview/seeker-faqs/ Innocentive Seeker FAQs]
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* [Case] [https://www.blockstud.io/ https://www.blockstud.io/]: For the case we're going to compare scratch to a different: Block Studio. This is an experimental project by Raoul, a PhD student at UW.  Click start and watch the three lessons. You don't have to actually make any games with Block Studio, but do learn how it works as much as you can.  After that [https://www.blockstud.io/bsp/bsp_games/ survey the published projects].
** [https://www.innocentive.com/our-solvers/faqs/ Innocentive Solver FAQ] — A number of the questions toward the top are the same as the FAQ above so you can skip those!
 
  
=== February 26 (Wednesday): Hackers ===
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=== February 26 (Wednesday): Social Computing Systems ===
  
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We have a special guest this week: [http://www.andresmh.com/ Andrés Monroy-Hernandez!] Andrés was previously at Microsoft Research and is currently a lead research scientist at Snap Inc., the maker of Snapchat.  Andrés has research interests ranging from civic communities to educational communities and more recently he is focusing on "social computing systems," which we will learn about today.
 
 
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<!-- a term that refers to systems that involve compuational and social aspects to do work.  Wikipedia is an example of an online community that is also a social computing system, but some social computing systems do not have communities but instead use paid workers as "humans in the loop" to provide a service.  -->  
  
 
'''Required Readings:'''
 
'''Required Readings:'''
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* Howe, J. (2006). [https://www.wired.com/2006/06/crowds/ The rise of crowdsourcing]. Wired Magazine, 14(6), 1–4.
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* [Case] [https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSMechTurk/latest/RequesterUI/Introduction.html Amazon Mechanical Turk Requester UI Guide]
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* [Case] [https://mturkpublic.s3.amazonaws.com/docs/MTURK_BP.pdf Amazon Mechanical Turk Best Practices Guide].
  
* Rosenbaum, Ron. 1971. “Secrets of the Little Blue Box.” Esquire Magazine, October, 116. https://classic.esquire.com/article/1971/10/1/secrets-of-the-blue-box.  {{avail-free|https://classic.esquire.com/article/1971/10/1/secrets-of-the-blue-box}}
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'''Optional Readings:'''
* [Case] Wayner, Peter. 2010. “Tweaking a Camera to Suit a Hobby.” The New York Times, May 26, 2010, sec. Technology / Personal Tech. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/technology/personaltech/27basics.html. {{avail-free|http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/technology/personaltech/27basics.html}} {{avail-free|http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/the_spectator/2011/10/the_article_that_inspired_steve_jobs_secrets_of_the_little_blue_.single.html}}
 
* [Case] C.H.D.K. Wiki Take a look at the [Home page https://chdk.fandom.com/wiki/CHDK] and explore the Wiki to get a good idea of what this community is about, what they do, and how it works.
 
  
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Our guest speaker will be talking about these three papers. It might be good to look these over before class:
  
* Mollick, Ethan. “Tapping into the Underground.” MIT Sloan Management Review 46, no. 4 (2005): 21. [[http://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/tapping-into-the-underground/ Available through UW Libraries]]
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* Justin Cranshaw, Emad Elwany, Todd Newman, Rafal Kocielnik, Bowen Yu, Sandeep Soni, Jaime Teevan, and Andrés Monroy-Hernández. 2017. Calendar.help: Designing a Workflow-Based Scheduling Agent with Humans in the Loop. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2382-2393. [https://doi.org/10.1145/3025453.3025780 (Open Access)]
* Mollick, Ethan. “The Engine of the Underground: The Elite-Kiddie Divide.” SIGGROUP Bull. 25, no. 2 (2005): 23–27. [[http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1067721.1067726 Available through UW Libraries]]
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* Cranshaw, J., Monroy-Hernández, A., & Needham, S. A. (2016). [https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858573 Journeys & Notes: Designing Social Computing for Non-Places]. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 4722–4733). New York, NY, USA: ACM. [Available through UW libraries]
* Scacchi, Walt. “Computer Game Mods, Modders, Modding, and the Mod Scene.” First Monday 15, no. 5 (2010). [[http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2965 Free Online]]
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* Agapie, E., & Monroy-Hernández, A. (2015). [http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.01300 Eventful: Crowdsourcing Local News Reporting]. arXiv:1507.01300 [Cs].
* Larkin. (2004). [http://www.wcas.northwestern.edu/projects/globalization/secure/articles/16.2larkin.pdf Degraded images, distorted sounds: Nigerian video and the infrastructure of piracy].
 
  
 
=== February 28 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== February 28 (Friday) Section ===
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=== March 2 (Wednesday ): Hackers ===
  
''No meeting as a group.'' Instead, folks should sign-up for one-on-one projects meetings with Wm Salt Hale.
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'''Required Readings:'''
  
=== March 2 (Monday): Instant Messaging, Group Chat, and Synchronous Communication ===
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* Rosenbaum. (1971). [http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/the_spectator/2011/10/the_article_that_inspired_steve_jobs_secrets_of_the_little_blue_.single.html Secrets of the Little Blue Box] (This article was reprinted in Slate in 2011. <!-- There's also [http://www.historyofphonephreaking.org/docs/rosenbaum1971.pdf a very large PDF scan] of the original Esquire Magazine article which includes the original NSFW and offensive magazine cover image.) -->
 
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* Larkin. (2004). [http://www.wcas.northwestern.edu/projects/globalization/secure/articles/16.2larkin.pdf Degraded images, distorted sounds: Nigerian video and the infrastructure of piracy].
'''Guest Lecturers:'''
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* [Case] Wayner, Peter. “Tweaking a Camera to Suit a Hobby.” The New York Times, May 26, 2010, sec. Technology / Personal Tech. [http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/technology/personaltech/27basics.html Free Online]
 
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* [Case] C.H.D.K. Wiki Take a look at the [Home page https://chdk.fandom.com/wiki/CHDK] and explore the Wiki to get a good idea of what this community is about, what they do, and how it works.
* [https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pranav_Malhotra Pranav Malhotra]
 
* [https://ckiene.org/ Charles Kiene]
 
 
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
 
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62326466/download?download_frd=1 Week 9-1 Reading Note] (Requires UW Access)
 
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'''Required Readings:'''
 
* Nardi, Bonnie A., Steve Whittaker, and Erin Bradner. 2000. “Interaction and Outeraction: Instant Messaging in Action.” In Proceedings of the 2000 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 79–88. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/358916.358975. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/358916.358975}}
 
* Ling, Rich, and Chih-Hui Lai. 2016. “Microcoordination 2.0: Social Coordination in the Age of Smartphones and Messaging Apps.” Journal of Communication 66 (5): 834–56. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcom.12251. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1111/jcom.12251}}
 
* [Case] [https://scratch.mit.edu/ Scratch Online Community]
 
** Spend at least 5-10 minutes poking around the Scratch website. Watch the video, click on several projects, try to create a project, create an account if you want, and so on.
 
** Try to acquaint yourself with the Scratch community by exploring the [Scratch Wiki] (a project to document Scratch created by users of the community). In particular, check out the pages on [https://en.scratch-wiki.info/wiki/Scratch_Community Scratch Community], the [https://en.scratch-wiki.info/wiki/Moderation Page], [https://en.scratch-wiki.info/wiki/Scratch_Wiki:Table_of_Contents/Website_General Scratch Website General] page.
 
* [Case] Dasgupta, Sayamindu. 2013. “From Surveys to Collaborative Art: Enabling Children to Program with Online Data.” In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, 28–35. IDC ’13. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2485760.2485784. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2485760.2485784}}
 
  
 
'''Optional Readings:'''
 
'''Optional Readings:'''
  
* [Case] Jiang, Jialun Aaron, Charles Kiene, Skyler Middler, Jed R. Brubaker, and Casey Fiesler. 2019. “Moderation Challenges in Voice-Based Online Communities on Discord.” Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 3 (CSCW): 55:1–55:23. https://doi.org/10.1145/3359157.
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* Mollick, Ethan. “Tapping into the Underground.” MIT Sloan Management Review 46, no. 4 (2005): 21. [[http://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/tapping-into-the-underground/ Available through UW Libraries]]
* Kiene, Charles, Jialun “Aaron” Jiang, and Benjamin Mako Hill. 2019. “Technological Frames and User Innovation: Exploring Technological Change in Community Moderation Teams.” Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 3 (CSCW): 44:1–44:23. https://doi.org/10.1145/3359146. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/3359146}}
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* Mollick, Ethan. “The Engine of the Underground: The Elite-Kiddie Divide.” SIGGROUP Bull. 25, no. 2 (2005): 23–27. [[http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1067721.1067726 Available through UW Libraries]]
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* Scacchi, Walt. “Computer Game Mods, Modders, Modding, and the Mod Scene.” First Monday 15, no. 5 (2010). [[http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2965 Free Online]]
  
 
=== March 4 (Wednesday): Interactions Between Communities ===
 
=== March 4 (Wednesday): Interactions Between Communities ===
  
 
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'''Guest Lecture:''' [https://teblunthuis.cc/ Nathan TeBlunthuis]
'''Guest Lecture:'''
 
 
 
* [https://teblunthuis.cc/ Nathan TeBlunthuis]
 
 
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
 
* [https://canvas.uw.edu/files/62393551/download?download_frd=1 Week 9-2 Reading Note] (Requires UWs Access)
 
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''' Readings:'''
 
''' Readings:'''
* Zhu, Haiyi, Jilin Chen, Tara Matthews, Aditya Pal, Hernan Badenes, and Robert E. Kraut. 2014. “Selecting an Effective Niche: An Ecological View of the Success of Online Communities.” In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’14), 301–310. New York, New York: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557348. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557348}}
 
* [Case] Sharp, Nathan. 2019. “It’s Facebook Official, Dating Is Here.” About Facebook (blog). September 5, 2019. https://about.fb.com/news/2019/09/facebook-dating/.
 
* [Case] Information on other online dating services that existed before Facebook including:
 
** [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_online_dating_services Comparison of online data services] [Wikipedia]
 
** '''Match.com''' [[:wikipedia:Match.com|Match.com Wikipedia article]]; [https://www.match.com/help/aboutus.aspx?lid=4 About Match.com]
 
** '''Tinder''' — [[:wikipedia:Tinder (app)|Tinder]]; [https://blog.gotinder.com/?locale=en Tinder Blog]
 
** '''Hinge''' — [[:wikipedia:Hinge (app)|Hinge Wikipedia article]]; [https://hingeapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/360001659533-Getting-Started Hinge Getting Started FAQ]
 
** '''Grindr''' — [[:wikipedia:Grindr|Grindr Wikipedia article]]; [https://hingeapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/360001659533-Getting-Started Hinge Getting Started FAQ]
 
** '''OkCupid''' — [[:wikipedia:OkCupid|OkCupid Wikipedia article]]; [https://www.okcupid.com/about OkCupid About Page]
 
** '''JSwipe''' — [[:wikipedia:JSwipe|JSwipe Wikipedia article]]; [https://jswipeapp.com/ JSwipe website]
 
  
'''Optional Readings:'''
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* {{tbd}}
* Zhu, Haiyi, Robert E. Kraut, and Aniket Kittur. 2014. “The Impact of Membership Overlap on the Survival of Online Communities.” In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 281–290. CHI ’14. New York, NY: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557213. {{avail-uw|https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557213}}
 
:'''Note:''' This is an alternate reading for the required reading by Zhu et al. (2014) above. If you've already the this one, you do ''not'' need to read this the required reading. If you have not read either, you should read the one above.
 
  
 
=== March 6 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== March 6 (Friday) Section ===
 
 
''No meeting as a group.'' Instead, folks should sign-up for one-on-one projects meetings with Wm Salt Hale.
 
 
 
=== March 9 (Monday): Final Poster Presentations ===
 
=== March 9 (Monday): Final Poster Presentations ===
 
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'''Resources:'''
 
 
* [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions|Details on the Poster sessions]] including due dates/times, instructions, and so on.
 
* The poster content should be an overview and preview of your final project. Details on the expectations for the final project are on [[Interpersonal_Media_(Winter_2020)#Final_Projects:_Critical_Analysis_of_Online_Community|the relevant section of the syllabus]].
 
  
 
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'''No readings.''' The final classes will be devoted entirely to presentations.
 
'''Resources:'''
 
 
* [[Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)/Poster sessions|Details on the Poster sessions]] including due dates/times, instructions, and so on.
 
* The poster content should be an overview and preview of your final project. Details on the expectations for the final project are on [[Interpersonal_Media_(Winter_2020)#Final_Projects:_Critical_Analysis_of_Online_Community|the relevant section of the syllabus]].
 
  
 
=== March 13 (Friday) Section ===
 
=== March 13 (Friday) Section ===
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* [http://aaronshaw.org/ Aaron Shaw] at Northwestern University's [http://aaronshaw.org/occ/schedule/ Online Communities and Crowds]
 
* [http://aaronshaw.org/ Aaron Shaw] at Northwestern University's [http://aaronshaw.org/occ/schedule/ Online Communities and Crowds]
 
* [http://reagle.org/joseph/ Joseph Reagle] at Northeastern University's [http://reagle.org/joseph/2014/oc/oc-syllabus-FA.html Online Communities]
 
* [http://reagle.org/joseph/ Joseph Reagle] at Northeastern University's [http://reagle.org/joseph/2014/oc/oc-syllabus-FA.html Online Communities]
 
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Learning Communities
 
 
Guest Lecture from [http://www.unmad.in/ Sayamindu Dasgupta] who is a professor at the Information School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
 
 
TODO: Add readings (Maybe something about communities of practice?)
 
 
'''Required Readings:'''
 
 
* Roque, R.; Dasgupta, S.; Costanza-Chock, S. Children’s Civic Engagement in the Scratch Online Community. Soc. Sci. 2016, 5, 55. [https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/5/4/55 Open Access]
 
* Brennan, K., Monroy‐Hernández, A., & Resnick, M. (2010). Making projects, making friends: Online community as catalyst for interactive media creation. New directions for youth development, 2010(128), 75-83. [http://web.media.mit.edu/~mres/papers/NDYD-final.pdf PDF From MIT.edu]
 
* [Case] [https://scratch.mit.edu/ https://scratch.mit.edu]: Visit the site. Read [https://scratch.mit.edu/about the about page], the [https://scratch.mit.edu/parents the information for parents], [https://scratch.mit.edu/educators and for educators]. Watch all the videos.  Spend some time exploring and run some programs (try to find at least one animation and at least one game).
 
* [Case] [https://www.blockstud.io/ https://www.blockstud.io/]: For the case we're going to compare scratch to a different: Block Studio. This is an experimental project by Raoul, a PhD student at UW.  Click start and watch the three lessons. You don't have to actually make any games with Block Studio, but do learn how it works as much as you can.  After that [https://www.blockstud.io/bsp/bsp_games/ survey the published projects].
 
 
Social Computing
 
 
We have a special guest this week: [http://www.andresmh.com/ Andrés Monroy-Hernandez!] Andrés was previously at Microsoft Research and is currently a lead research scientist at Snap Inc., the maker of Snapchat.  Andrés has research interests ranging from civic communities to educational communities and more recently he is focusing on "social computing systems," which we will learn about today.
 
 
'''Required Readings:'''
 
* Howe, J. (2006). [https://www.wired.com/2006/06/crowds/ The rise of crowdsourcing]. Wired Magazine, 14(6), 1–4.
 
* [Case] [https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSMechTurk/latest/RequesterUI/Introduction.html Amazon Mechanical Turk Requester UI Guide]
 
* [Case] [https://mturkpublic.s3.amazonaws.com/docs/MTURK_BP.pdf Amazon Mechanical Turk Best Practices Guide].
 
 
'''Optional Readings:'''
 
 
Our guest speaker will be talking about these three papers. It might be good to look these over before class:
 
 
* Justin Cranshaw, Emad Elwany, Todd Newman, Rafal Kocielnik, Bowen Yu, Sandeep Soni, Jaime Teevan, and Andrés Monroy-Hernández. 2017. Calendar.help: Designing a Workflow-Based Scheduling Agent with Humans in the Loop. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2382-2393. [https://doi.org/10.1145/3025453.3025780 (Open Access)]
 
* Cranshaw, J., Monroy-Hernández, A., & Needham, S. A. (2016). [https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858573 Journeys & Notes: Designing Social Computing for Non-Places]. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 4722–4733). New York, NY, USA: ACM. [Available through UW libraries]
 
* Agapie, E., & Monroy-Hernández, A. (2015). [http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.01300 Eventful: Crowdsourcing Local News Reporting]. arXiv:1507.01300 [Cs].
 
 
 
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