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Crowdsourcing 1 Running head: CROWDSOURCING Crowdsourcing: A Model for Leveraging Online Communities

  title={Crowdsourcing 1 Running head: CROWDSOURCING Crowdsourcing: A Model for Leveraging Online Communities},
  author={Daren C. Brabham},
Author note: Daren C. Brabham, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Early iterations of the crowdsourcing typology presented here were developed through a 2009 white paper with Noah Friedland for the Friedland Group, and presentations at the 2010 Stakeholder Engagement online conference and the 2010 American Planning Association conference in New Orleans. Portions of this chapter were drawn from… Expand
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