Utilizing content moderators to investigate critical factors for assessing the quality of answers on brainly, social learning Q&A platform for students: a pilot study

Michal Borkowski
Michal Borkowski
Julien Zakoian
Julien Zakoian
Katie Sagan
Katie Sagan
Kent Scholla
Kent Scholla
Crystal Ponti
Crystal Ponti
Michal Labedz
Michal Labedz
Maciek Bielski
Maciek Bielski

ASIST, 2015.

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In this paper, we present data findings from the pilot study focusing on utilizing content moderators from Brainly, a social learning Q&A platform, to assess the quality of answers. Because it can be argued that Brainly users who actively moderate contents may have better contextual understandings of how users interact with each other thr...More

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