Timothy joined the Department of Digitalization as a PhD Fellow in 2020. His research revolves around social learning activities and self-regulated learning strategies on digital labour platforms (“crowdwork”). Using the Life Course Perspective as an analytical lens, he investigates what individual, group, societal and historical factors account for successful learning in the digital workplace. He holds a MSc in Social Science of the Internet from the University of Oxford, a MSc in Digital Humanities from University College London and a BA in Philosophy and Law from LMU Munich. Before joining CBS, he worked as a Data Scientist for the UN World Food Programme.
Primary research areas
Crowdwork / Online Labour
Life Course Research
Digital Transformation of Work
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Projects related to digital labour platforms using qualitative, quantitative or mixed-method approaches.
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Anoush Margaryan; Julian Albert; Timothy Charlton-Czaplicki / Workplace Learning in Crowdwork Questionnaire (WLCQ) : Measuring Self-regulated Learning and Skill Development in Online Platform Work. In: International Journal of Training and Development, 16.5.2022
Anoush Margaryan; Timothy Charlton-Czaplicki; Ujwal Gadiraju / Skill Development in the Platform Economy : Comparing Microwork and Online Freelancing . Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union 2021, 74 p. (Cedefop Research Paper, No. 81)