Aslib Journal of Information Management: Volume 72 Issue 2

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents - Special Issue: Crowdsourcing and Collaboration in Digital Humanities

Guest Editors: Yuxiang Zhao, Xiao Hu, Kangning Wei

Dual paths to continuous online knowledge sharing: a repetitive behavior perspective

Minhyung Kang

Continuous knowledge sharing by active users, who are highly active in answering questions, is crucial to the sustenance of social question-and-answer (Q&A) sites. The…

Toward the optimized crowdsourcing strategy for OCR post-correction

Omri Suissa, Avshalom Elmalech, Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet

Digitization of historical documents is a challenging task in many digital humanities projects. A popular approach for digitization is to scan the documents into images…

Understanding co-editing mechanism of wiki-based digital humanities projects

Weihua Deng, Pei Lv, Ming Yi, Ming Liu

The purpose of this paper is to reveal the co-editing mechanism aiming at content creation, and an entry of online encyclopedia is taken as a case, for the purpose of…

The influences of social value orientation and domain knowledge on crowdsourcing manuscript transcription: An empirical investigation of the Transcribe-Sheng project

Xuanhui Zhang, Si Chen, Yuxiang Chris Zhao, Shijie Song, Qinghua Zhu

The purpose of this paper is to explore how social value orientation and domain knowledge affect cooperation levels and transcription quality in crowdsourced manuscript…

A cooperative crowdsourcing framework for knowledge extraction in digital humanities – cases on Tang poetry

Liang Hong, Wenjun Hou, Zonghui Wu, Huijie Han

The purpose of this paper is to propose a knowledge extraction framework to extract knowledge, including entities and relationships between them, from unstructured texts…

Task design and assignment of full-text generation on mass Chinese historical archives in digital humanities: A crowdsourcing approach

Jihong Liang, Hao Wang, Xiaojing Li

The purpose of this paper is to explore the task design and assignment of full-text generation on mass Chinese historical archives (CHAs) by crowdsourcing, with special…

Crowdfunding in digital humanities: some evidence from Indonesian social enterprises

Aluisius Hery Pratono, Delta Ardy Prima, Nur Flora Nita Taruli Sinaga, Anggraeni Permatasari, Mintarti Ariani, Ling Han

This article aims to understand how social enterprises adopt crowdfunding in digital humanities by investigating the mission drifting, risk sharing and human resource practices.

Cover of Aslib Journal of Information Management

ISSN:

2050-3806

Renamed from:

Aslib Proceedings

Online date, start – end:

2014

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Dirk Lewandowski