Playful Tagging - Folksonomy Generation Using Online Games

Presented at: 18th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2009)

by Markus Krause, Hidir Aras

Webpage: http://www2009.eprints.org/184/1/p1207.pdf

Collaborative Tagging is a powerful method to create folksonomies that can be used to grasp/filter user preferences or enhance web search. Recent research has shown that depending on the number of users and the quality of user-provided tags powerful community-driven semantics or "ontologies" can emerge – as it was evident analyzing user data from social web applications such as del.icio.us or Flickr. Unfortunately, most web pages do not contain tags and, thus, no vocabulary that describes the information provided. A common problem in web page annotation is to motivate users for constant participation, i.e. tagging. In this paper we describe our approach of a binary verification game that embeds collaborative tagging into on-line games in order to produce domain specific folksonomies.

Keywords: Poster Session


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