Quick results from the Mark2CurathonPosted by ginger on Apr 18, 2016 in citizen science, crowdsourcing, mark2cure | 0 comments
We’ll put together a more detailed review of both the Mark2Curathon and the San Diego Citizen Science Day Expo towards the end of the week.
In the mean time, here’s a quick breakdown of the event:
Event started: April 15th, 2016 at 00:00 AM (Microvolunteering Day)
Event ended: April 16th, 2016 at 23:59 PM (Citizen Science Day)
Quests completions (not counting practice): 202 —That’s 1010 annotated abstracts submitted!
Quests completions (practice included): 219
New users (signed up): 4
New users (signed up AND contributed): 3
Quality of contributions was used to determine the # of tickets assigned to contributors, and the winner of the event was determined by lottery (more on this later).
Top three contributors based on quantity and quality of contributions: aprilwent, yanggan, skye.
Everyone who participated will receive a Mark2Cure marker. We’re so amazed by the volume of contributions that we’re upgrading the top prize from t-shirt to mug. We’re also sending prizes to the top 3 participants. Mug to the top contributor based on quality and quantity (Aprilwent), and T-shirts to yanggan and skye.
Mark2Curathon live chat random prize winner: Laraine (T-shirt)
We’ll contact all the participants shortly to distribute the prizes. If you didn’t win one of the prizes you wanted this time, keep marking! We’re planning on giving prizes away on a regular basis.