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<strong>Welcome to the wiki for the Crowd Research project!</strong>
 
<strong>Welcome to the wiki for the Crowd Research project!</strong>
  
== General Weekly Plan ==  
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== Meetings and Slides ==  
  
- <strong>Saturday morning 9 am PST</strong>: Prof meeting with participants and milestone set for the next week (over Google Hangout on Air)
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<strong>Meeting 1</strong>
  
- <strong>Saturday after meeting - Wednesday midnight PST</strong>: participants work on their milestones (~5 days)
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* Youtube link of the meeting today: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiGrCATDsHg watch]
 
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* Meeting 1 slideshow: [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/img_auth.php/7/70/Meeting1_Slideshow.pdf pdf]
- <strong>Post Wednesday midnight PST - Friday morning 9 am PST</strong>: peer-evaluation by the participants (1+ days)
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- <strong>Friday post 9 am PST - Friday evening PST</strong>: Research Assistants (RAs) check the top submissions and meet the Prof in evening. Pre-weekly meeting discussions happen. Milestones designed for the upcoming week etc.  
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- <strong>Saturday morning 9 am PST</strong>: Prof meets based on the input from RAs and top submissions. Participants receive their next milestone and a feedback survey after every meeting.
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== Milestones ==
 
== Milestones ==
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[[Milestone 1]] - 11:59 pm 4th March 2015 for submission, 9 am 6th March 2015 for peer-evaluation.
 
[[Milestone 1]] - 11:59 pm 4th March 2015 for submission, 9 am 6th March 2015 for peer-evaluation.
  
== Meetings and Slides ==  
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== General Weekly Plan ==  
  
<strong>Meeting 1</strong>
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- <strong>Saturday morning 9 am PST</strong>: Prof meeting with participants and milestone set for the next week (over Google Hangout on Air)
  
* Youtube link of the meeting today: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiGrCATDsHg watch]
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- <strong>Saturday after meeting - Wednesday midnight PST</strong>: participants work on their milestones (~5 days)
* Meeting 1 slideshow: [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/img_auth.php/7/70/Meeting1_Slideshow.pdf pdf]
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- <strong>Post Wednesday midnight PST - Friday morning 9 am PST</strong>: peer-evaluation by the participants (1+ days)
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- <strong>Friday post 9 am PST - Friday evening PST</strong>: Research Assistants (RAs) check the top submissions and meet the Prof in evening. Pre-weekly meeting discussions happen. Milestones designed for the upcoming week etc.  
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- <strong>Saturday morning 9 am PST</strong>: Prof meets based on the input from RAs and top submissions. Participants receive their next milestone and a feedback survey after every meeting.
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Revision as of 11:42, 28 February 2015

Welcome to the wiki for the Crowd Research project!

Meetings and Slides

Meeting 1

  • Youtube link of the meeting today: watch
  • Meeting 1 slideshow: pdf

Milestones

All timings in PST (California time)

Milestone 1 - 11:59 pm 4th March 2015 for submission, 9 am 6th March 2015 for peer-evaluation.

General Weekly Plan

- Saturday morning 9 am PST: Prof meeting with participants and milestone set for the next week (over Google Hangout on Air)

- Saturday after meeting - Wednesday midnight PST: participants work on their milestones (~5 days)

- Post Wednesday midnight PST - Friday morning 9 am PST: peer-evaluation by the participants (1+ days)

- Friday post 9 am PST - Friday evening PST: Research Assistants (RAs) check the top submissions and meet the Prof in evening. Pre-weekly meeting discussions happen. Milestones designed for the upcoming week etc.

- Saturday morning 9 am PST: Prof meets based on the input from RAs and top submissions. Participants receive their next milestone and a feedback survey after every meeting.

Resources

Slack - used for chat and discussion

Forums - discussions about this project on external sites. Note that all official announcements and communications will occur via Slack and email.

Want to share some other resources? Create a wiki page, and post it at Resources.

About this wiki

Accounts

You need an account to edit this wiki and view private pages. You should have been emailed your username and password. If you weren't, please email Geza so we can create an account for you.

Public Pages

All pages on this wiki are public by default - so anyone visiting this site can see them.

Private Pages

Any page which ends with (private) will be private - so you need to be logged in to see them. See example.

Contact us

Find us on Slack! @rajanvaish or @geza or @ranjaykrishna or @michaelbernstein