We ran a badges pilot in the Teahouse.The research page is particularly useful.Also, here is the motivation research page for TWAHope this helps!JakeOn Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 8:29 AM Jonathan Morgan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Pine,The book Building Successful Online Communities: Evidence Based Social Design provides a great synthesis of concepts from economics, sociology, and cognitive psychology as they apply to the design of projects like Wikipedia. In fact, Wikipedia is one of the primary case studies used in the book. They have several chapters that focus on motivation techniques/tools. The book is easy to skim and apply!Hope that helps,JonathanOn Mon, Oct 5, 2015 at 7:42 PM, Pine W <email@example.com> wrote:
Some of us plan to have a conversation at the WCONUSA unconference sessions about ENWP culture. Are there any recommended readings that you could suggest as preparation, particularly on the subject of how to reinforce or incentivize desirable user behavior? I think that Jonathan may have done some research on this topic for the Teahouse, and Ocassi may have for done research for TWA. I'm interested in applicable research as preparation both for the unconference discussion and for my planned video series that intends to inform and inspire new editors.