Mechanical Turk Accessibility (CHI 2021) Dataset

  • Stephen Uzor (Contributor)
  • Jason Tarl Jacques (Contributor)
  • Per Ola Kristensson (Contributor)
  • John Dudley (Contributor)



Includes dataset of two surveys and an interview for a study to understand accessibility and human factors issues in online crowd work. Participants responded to the surveys through Amazon Mechanical Turk and provided information on demographics as well as how they engage in online work on the platform. The dataset contains data from the two surveys and an interview (can be viewed on the different tabs). Garbage data has been removed from the dataset (in survey 2). The publication that emerged from analysing the dataset can be found at (in press)
Date made available12 Jan 2021
PublisherApollo Cambridge
  • Investigating the accessibility of crowdwork tasks on Mechanical Turk

    Uzor, S., Jacques, J. T., Dudley, J. J. & Kristensson, P. O., 6 May 2021, CHI '21: proceedings of the 2021 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems. Bjørn, P. & Drucker, S. (eds.). ACM, 14 p. 381. (Conference on human factors in computing systems - proceedings).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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