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presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
presentatie Reputation Management & workshop PhD community
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PhD meeting 27th of November / TBM faculty Delft University of …

PhD meeting 27th of November / TBM faculty Delft University of
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Thieme Hennis
Faculty of Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management
Delft University of Technology
+31 15 278 73 71 (work)
+31 6 51855 22 0 (mobile)
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  • 1. 
  • 2.
  • 3. why?
  • 4. Thiem! Laat je snor staan voor het kankerfonds!
    mmm…
    Goed idee
    Het is ook erg stoer! Wij doen het ook!
  • 5.
  • 6. “How to make people (usually guys) grow a moustache every year in November? “
  • 7. don’t worry, I am only trying to be funny
  • 8. MOTIVATION
    but…
  • 9. So… there we have it
  • 10.
  • 11. Why people generate content? Or grow moustaches?
    But how to filter or trust content?
    • Trust algorithms (Google PageRank, WikiTrust)
    • 15. Communities/networks (Twitter, LinkedIn, …)
    • 16.
  • 17. PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves "important" weigh more heavily and help to make other pages important.
  • 18. WikiTrust uses a content-driven reputation system: authors gain reputation when their contributions are preserved by subsequent authors, and they lose reputation when their contributions are reverted.
    The trust of a portion of text is computed according to the reputation of the author, and the reputation of the people who subsequently revised the portion of text, and the text immediately surrounding it. Thus, what WikiTrust calls "text trust" is an indication of the degree with which the text has been revised. …
  • 19.
  • 20. Another dimension to reputation
    - not just value, according to others
    - but a contextualized value, assigned to
    1. a concept or topic
    2. a process or competency
    Photography (4)
    PHP (54)
    Ruby on Rails (40)
    88
    Dynamically updated!
    Project management (0.8)
    Social skills (0.4)
    Writing skills (0.3)
    Idea generation (0.3)
  • 21. … but how?
  • 22. action
    Knowledge (topic)
    What kind of contribution?
    What kind of topic?
    EX ANTE
    Competencies (process)
    What kind of action?
    Which competencies involved?
  • 23. reaction:
    • evaluate value  use/rate/recommend
    • 24. contextualize  categorize/tag/embed
    EX POSTERIORI
     based on reactions
  • 25. reputation
    use/rate/recommend/tag
    create
    profile/reputation: every value interaction contains one or more context parameters
  • 26. . reference (quality & context))
    . rating (quality)
    . tag (context)
    expertise profile
    write
    paper
    . review (quality & context)
    researcher I
    evaluate quality of review
    write
    review
    review competency
    Example: Academic literature… finding the right reviewer
    Academics write papers and do reviews
    A reviewer that has a good reputation can ask more money
    The reputation of a reviewer is based on
    - The quality of his own papers (expertise)
    - The quality of his reviews (review competency)
    - more… (recommendations?)
    The value of a paper is based on the review(s), references, and ratings
    The context of a paper is based on the review, keywords, journal keywords, and social tagging
    - Keywords of the paper itself
    - Keywords of the paper referring to the paper
  • 27. action
    Knowledge (topic)
    Logistics, six sigma
    EX ANTE
    Competencies (process)
    Write a paper
  • 28. reaction:
    • evaluate value  review/refer/rate
    • 29. contextualize  structured/ references/tag
    EX POSTERIORI
     based on reactions
  • 30.
  • 31. Challenge
  • Discussion
    I. Reputation? What is your reputation? Which elements of a reputation can you derive from interactions with contributions?
    II. PhD community: what do we want to do with it?
  • 33. 2 ideas
    • Research question
    • 34. A sustainable campus platform
  • Idea 1: Research questions
    • Every PhD needs to formulate several research questions
    • 35. That can be difficult
    • 36. Some feedback could be helpful
    • 37. Seeing who have similar research questions could also be interesting
  • Research question:
    NEEDS REFLECTION!
    Which interactions of users with online content relate to quality?
    Keywords: quality, user-generated content, Web 2.0, rating, popularity… add one yourself!
    >> 7 related questions
    >> 3 comments
    >> 2 links/attachments
    Share on Twitter
    Email question
    Add a comment, link, or attachment
    Stay updated
    I like this
    So, I filled in my research question, now what?
    • Attach a document, link, or comment
    • 38. Assign label “Needs reflection”, “Needs case”, “Needs supervision/collaborators”, “Needs literature”
    • 39. Others can react, give tips, link to interesting resources, suggest people, like, offer help, etc.
    • 40. Be notified of others who have similar interests
  • Idea 2: A sustainable campus platform
    • People can add simple tips and suggestions to make this campus more sustainable
    • 41. Possibly including references to literature
    • 42. Leads to discussion, voting, and possibly solutions
    • 43. Could lead to research
  • Simply sustainable tip : Use tap water instead of bottled water
    NEW!
    Keywords: water, consumption
    Who can do it? Everyone
    Effort: minimum
    How many people do it? 29
    Research: 4 paper, 3 reports
    I like this
    Summary
    blablabla./… water and (Spieckse, 2007), etc.
    Stay updated
    Share on Twitter
    Email tip
    Add a solution, comment, link, or attachment
    >> 7 related tips
    >> 3 comments
    >> 2 links/attachments
  • 44. Some things to take into account
  • 45. Kollock
    motivation~ need
     Need or necessity is central
     Heterogeneity is important (different views, people)
  • 46. Bouwman et al.
    • We argue that social software systems should trigger mechanisms that allow us to associate with or form social groups, whether online or in the real world.
    • 47. Such mechanisms would acknowledge human motivations, like eagerness for exploration, curiosity, inquisitiveness, civilization, valuation of belonging, achieving self-realization, enjoying one-self.

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