International Association of Computer Information Systems
Research paper: “IMPACT OF USERS’ MOTIVATION ON GAMIFIED CROWDSOURCING SYSTEMS: A CASE OF STACKOVERFLOW”
Sarah Penoyer, Georgia College & State University
Breana Reynolds, Georgia College & State University
FACULTY SPONSOR & CO-AUTHOR
Bryan Marshall, Georgia College & State University
Peter W. Cardon, University of Southern California
The Jay Liebowitz Outstanding Student Research Award is an annual award recognizing the outstanding student research paper submitted to the IACIS Annual Conference. While the paper may include co-authorship with other students and/or faculty, the research reported must be based on a student-initiated project.
Criteria evaluated will include: 1) contribution of the research to the existing literature; 2) research methodology, data collection and analysis; 3) lessons learned; and 4) clarity of writing and presentation. Selection of the outstanding paper will be made by a committee consisting of the President and the Executive Director of IACIS. The award includes recognition in the conference program. Presentation is made at the annual IACIS International Conference.