Enrique Estellés-Arolas

Enrique Estellés-Arolas
Catholic University of Valencia "San Vicente Martir" · Facultad de Económicas // Facultad de Derecho

Ph.D. Collective Intelligence (crowdsourcing) researcher

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Introduction
Mis investigaciones están centradas en el estudio y aplicación de la inteligencia colectiva a través del crowdsourcing en diferentes ámbitos. También he comenzado a investigar los efectos del uso de la Comunicación Mediada por Ordenador.
Additional affiliations
February 2013 - present
Catholic University of Valencia "San Vicente Martir"
Position
  • Practicum III (Nuevas tecnologías)
Description
  • Esta asignatura consta de dos partes. La segunda parte está centrada en el aprendizaje de distintas aplicaciones informáticas que puedan ayudar a los alumnos en el desarrollo de su labor como docentes.
February 2012 - October 2013
Catholic University of Valencia "San Vicente Martir"
Position
  • Matemáticas y su didáctica
Description
  • Asignatura donde se dan a conocer los contenidos de la asignatura en infantil y como poder enseñarlos de manera adecuada.
September 2011 - September 2012
Metal-Processing Technology Institute
Position
  • Metal 2.0: Crowdsourcing
Description
  • En este proyecto, llevado a cabo en AIMME, se profundizó en el uso del crowdsourcing en las empresas del sector del metal.
Education
September 2014 - September 2015
April 2011 - July 2013
Universitat Politècnica de València
Field of study
  • Administración y Dirección de Empresas
September 2007 - June 2009

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Publications (19)
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'Crowdsourcing' is a relatively recent concept that encompasses many practices. This diversity leads to the blurring of the limits of crowdsourcing that may be identified virtually with any type of internet-based collaborative activity, such as co-creation or user innovation. Varying definitions of crowdsourcing exist, and therefore some authors pr...
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Although Web 2.0 contains many tools with different functionalities, they all share a common social nature. One tool in particular, social bookmarking systems (SBSs), allows users to store and share links to different types of resources, i.e., websites, videos, images. To identify and classify these resources so that they can be retrieved and share...
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Crowdsourcing initiatives raised by organizations of different areas like music, design or cataloguing are becoming more frequent. Despite this raise, the absence of a consistent theorical background creates problems as the existence of diverse crowdsourcing classifications that overlap and interweave, or the absence of a common definition. This pa...
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Collective Intelligence on the Internet, managed through crowdsourcing, has allowed Internet users to put their eyes, ears, and minds at the service of professional security forces. The general objective is to support the security actions that these agencies carry out to ensure a safer society. Given the relevance of this topic, this paper studie...
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Neighbours sharing information about robberies in their district through social networking platforms, citizens and volunteers posting about the irregularities of political elections on the Internet, and internauts trying to identify a suspect of a crime: in all these situations, people who share different degrees of relationship collaborate through...
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Technological development has promoted the rise and use of the collective intelligence through Internet. To efficiently handle this collective intelligence, several processes have naturally emerged. Crowdsourcing is one of them. By using crowdsourcing, the undertaking of a task can be proposed by a person or organization to the crowd that composes...
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Una de las características que define la sociedad actual es su alta dependencia tecnológica, dependencia que se incrementa a un ritmo vertiginoso. Hoy en día es necesario algún tipo de tecnología para comprar, viajar, estudiar e incluso para relacionarse con los demás. De hecho, cada vez más la comunicación que se produce entre las personas se real...
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p>The objective with the protocol described in this paper is to review the existing literature in relation to the implementation of crowdsourcing in educational environments. It seeks to give answer to 4 questions. First, it seeks to answer the question of which kind of crowdsourcing initiatives are more appropriate to be used for educational activ...
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When trying to develop a typology about how the crowd works on the Internet, different points of view can be applied. A typology can be developed based on the kind of crowd that participates, the specific area in which the crowd is going to work on, the kind of reward the crowd obtains in exchange, etc. It's also important to have into account the...
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Open education brings new opportunities for exploring new online learning models and innovative practices in teaching and learning. The landscape of education is changing thanks to the introduction of massive open online courses, also known as MOOCs. A type of this new phenomenon is cMOOC, in which students acquire a fully significant role in the p...
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Crowdsourcing is a problem-solving and task realization model that is being increasingly used. Thanks to the possibility of harnessing the collective intelligence from the Internet; thanks to the crowdsourcing initiatives people can, for example, find a solution to a complex chemical problem, get images tagged, or get a logo designed. Due to its su...
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Crowdsourcing initiatives by organizations working in areas like music, design or cataloguing are becoming more frequent. Nonetheless, the absence of a consistent theoretical background creates problems, such as the existence of diverse crowdsourcing classifications that overlap and interweave, or the lack of a common definition. This paper analyse...
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Las iniciativas de crowdsourcing tienen cada vez más aceptación tanto por parte de instituciones gubernamentales como por parte de empresas y organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro. Mediante estas iniciativas, las organizaciones de cualquier tipo pueden encontrar la solución a algún problema, bien a través de la inteligencia colectiva de los individuos,...
Book
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AGRADECIMIENTOS PROLOGO DE Santiago Bonet 1. Introducción 2. Crowdsourcing: Elementos básicos 3. Perspectiva científica del Crowdsourcing 4. Perspectiva empresarial del Crowdsourcing 4.1 Escenarios 4.2 Claves para el éxito de una iniciativa de crowdsourcing 4.3 Referencias 5. Caso de estudio: El Proyecto Metal 2.0 Crowdsourcing 5.1 La Jornad...
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The result of using a tailored agile methodology for the design, development and implementation of an ERP by a student of last course could be described as satisfactory. The student, in his relation with the customer and the company, has acquired knowledge impossible to acquire in the classroom. He had to plan the project, being able to experiment...
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Web 2.0 has created new applications with remarkable socializing nuance, such as the SBS (So-cial Bookmarking Systems). Rather than focusing on the relationship between users, the SBS provide users with the necessary tools to manage and use information that can later be shared. This article presents a description, analysis, and comparison of differ...

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The objective of this project, in first place, is to make a systemaitc literature review to analyze how crowdsourcing has been used for helping in reporting, solving, supporting the advance, etc. of different crime investigations.