Links to other resources on AMT and online research ethics

Other guidelines as resources

AMT Requester best practices: academic
  • ‘A Step-By-Step Guide to MTurk for the Academic Researcher’ by requester EE Buckels at ‘Mechanical Turk Wiki for Behavioral Research’ [1]

  • ‘Amazon Mechanical Turk Guide for Social Scientists’ by requester Michael Buhrmester [2]

  • ‘Experimenting on Mechanical Turk: 5 How Tos’ blog post by Markus Jakobsson at PARC [3]

Internet Research and Social Computing Ethics
  • Code of Ethics for Community Informatics Researchers [4]

  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – Internet Ethics [5]

  • University of Connecticut Internet Research Ethics [6]

  • Association for Internet Research Ethics Guidelines [7]

  • Reardon, “On the Emergence of Science and Justice” in Science, Technology & Human Values [8]

AMT Requester best practices: general
  • ‘Requester Best Practices Guide’ (pdf) from Amazon Web Services [9]

  • ‘Being a Respected Requester’ by turker ‘Mills’ at mTurk Boards [10]

  • ‘Tips for Academic Requesters on Mturk’ blog post by turker ‘T’ at ‘Tips For Requesters On Mechanical Turk’ blog [11]

  • ‘ProPublica’s Guide to Mechanical Turk’ by requesters Srinivas Rao and Amanda Michel at ProPublica [12]

  • ’15 Tips to Get the Most out of Mechanical Turk’ blog post by requester AJ Kohn [13]

  • ‘Making the Most of Mechanical Turk: Tips and Best Practices’ blog post by requester Edwin Chen [14]

  • ‘Effective Use of Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk)’ by requester Neeraj Kumar [15]

















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