Wormingo: a 'true gamification' approach to anaphoric annotation

@article{Kicikoglu2019WormingoA,
  title={Wormingo: a 'true gamification' approach to anaphoric annotation},
  author={Doruk Kicikoglu and R. Bartle and Jon Chamberlain and Massimo Poesio},
  journal={Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper we present Wormingo, 1 a new Game-with-a-Purpose for anaphoric annotation. It introduces the motivation-annotation paradigm which uses linguistic puzzles and other widely known gamification techniques and word game mechanics to motivate players to carry out anaphoric annotation tasks. In a preliminary experiment, the game was tested on 270 players recruited through the Reddit platform, achieving promising results. 
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