What is the primary difference between the volunteer positions of a Data Steward and a Content Manager / Crowdsourcer?

What is the primary difference between the volunteer positions of a Data Steward and a Content Manager / Crowdsourcer?

The primary difference between the positions of a Data Steward and a Content Manager / Crowdsourcer is as follows . . .

A Data Steward is an entry-level position.  A volunteer Data Steward begins by posting material we provide.  We have a Content Management working group where we send all the articles that need to be posted (see link below).

http://resiliencesystem.org/resiliencesystem.org/content-management-global

Our Data Stewards select an article(s) from the task server within the working group in which they are interested in posting, and create the post (including an image, if available) by using typed instructions we provide (see link provided near the top of the working group page).  A Data Steward might have questions about their ability to crowdsource appropriate material for posting within the Resilience Systems, so beginning as a Data Steward and observing the types of material being posted is a good way to learn.

A Content Manager generally has knowledge of the appropriate types of material to include within the working group in order to identify problems (gaps), help find solutions to the problems, and to promote resilience that supports the topic of the working group.  A content manager will generally be familiar with how to find appropriate material for their group through crowdsourcing.  Mainstream newsfeeds from online newspapers, magazines, television stations, radio stations, and Facebook and Twitter posts with links to important / confirmed information are all examples of crowdsourced information.  We always encourage Content Managers to continue posting articles sent to the task server whenever they have time.

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