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How to… use crowdsourcing as a research tool

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Goodchild, M.F. (2007), “Citizens as sensors: the world of volunteered geography”, GeoJournal  69:211–221

Howe, J. (2008), Why the Power of the Crowd Is Driving the Future of Business, Crown Business, New York, NY

Hudson-Smith, A. (2011), “Crowdsourcing opening up new opportunities”, MethodsNews Summer 2011, National Centre for Research Methods, available at , accessed January 24th 2012

Joint Information Systems Committee, JISC (2010), Capturing the Power of the Crowd and the Challenge of Community Collections, available at: , accessed January 24th 2012

Quercia, D.,  O`Se ́aghdha, D., and Crowcroft, J. (2012), “Talk of the City: Our Tweets, Our Community Happiness”, available at , downloaded 22nd January 2012

RunCoCo (2011), RunCoCo: How to run a community collection online, available at , accessed January 24th 2012

Upshall, M. (2011), “Crowdsourcing for education”, paper presented to Online Information 2011, 29 November – 1 December, Olympia National Hall and Conference Centre, London, available at , accessed 23rd January 2012

Wexler, M. N. (2011), “Reconfiguring the sociology of the crowd: exploring crowdsourcing”, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 31 No. 1/2.