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User approaches to computer-supported teams

by Robert Johansen

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Published by Center for Information Systems Research, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRobert Johansen.
SeriesCISR WP -- no. 155, [Sloan School of Management working paper -- 1920-87], Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 1920.
ContributionsSloan School of Management., Sloan School of Management. Center for Information Systems Research.
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17942540M
OCLC/WorldCa19760351

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From inside the book. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. CURRENT USER APPROACHES. CURRENT VENDOR APPROACHES collaborative systems commercial communication through computers companies competitive computer conferencing computer support computer-supported teams conference cost create customers decision.

An analysis of Design and Collaboration in a Distributed Environment. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Hans Marmolin Johansen R.(): “User approaches to computer supported teams”, in M An analysis of Design and Collaboration in a Distributed Environment.

In: Bannon L., Robinson M., Schmidt K. (eds) Proceedings of the Second Cited by: This book includes a selection of the articles accepted for presentation and discussion at the second International Symposium on Qualitative Research (ISQR), held in Salamanca, Spain, July The term computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) was first coined by Irene Greif and Paul M.

Cashman inat a workshop attended by individuals interested in using technology to support people in their work. At about this same time, in Dr. Charles Findley presented the concept of Collaborative Learning-Work.

According to Carstensen and Schmidt, CSCW addresses "how collaborative. Johansen. R (). User Approaches to Computer-Supported Teams. In Technological Support for Work Group Collaboration - The NYU Symposium, NYU Graduate School of Business Administration.

]] Community Computing and Support Systems, Social Interaction in Networked Communities [the book is based on the Kyoto Meeting on Social Cited by: Request PDF | Tagging User Research Data: How to Support the Synthesis of Information in Design Teams | In user-centered design processes, one of the most important tasks is to synthesize.

We're upgrading the ACM DL, and would like your input. Please sign up to review new features, functionality and page mercedesgo.com by: Abstract. For groupware to be considered successful, it must be usable and acceptable by most, if not all, members of the group.

Yet the differences present between group members—their varying roles, needs, skills—and the differences between groups as a whole are a serious obstacle to achieving uniform acceptance of the groupware product, especially when the product treats all people and Cited by: A Conceptual Framework for Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at Work Gerhard Fischer Abstract This chapter identifies challenges for Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at Work ([email protected]) by arguing that learning at work they accept too many established approaches—e.g.: a theory of human.

This book aims at capitalizing and transmitting know-how about the design of Augmented Environments (AE) from some of the most prominent laboratories in the field worldwide. The authors belong to the RUFAE network (Research on User- Friendly Augmented Environments, founded in ) who meet in.

Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is a pedagogical approach where in learning takes place via social interaction using a computer or through the Internet. This kind of learning is characterized by the sharing and construction of knowledge among participants using technology as their primary means of communication or as a common resource.

This paper presents the user-centred iterative design of software that supports collaborative writing. The design grew out of a study of how people write together that included a survey of writers and a laboratory study of writing teams linked by a variety of communications mercedesgo.com by: Feedback in Computer Supported Cooperation Systems: User Interface Design for a Talk-Like Tool -- Chapter A Lotos Specification of a CSCW Tool -- SECTION FOUR: COMBINING APPROACHES -- Chapter Section Introduction: Combining Approaches -- Chapter Coping with Active Subjects: the Emergence of CSCW from IS and HCI Traditions -- Chapter Feedback in Computer Supported Cooperation Systems: User Interface Design for a Talk-Like Tool / Franz Penz, Pedro Antunes and Manuel Fonseca A Lotos Specification of a CSCW Tool / Jan Rekers and Ida Sprinkhuizen-Kuyper Section Introduction: Combining Approaches / Betty Hewitt Coping with Active Subjects: the Emergence of CSCW.

Teams may be permanent or temporary, and team members may come from the same department or different ones. Common types of teams found in organizations include project teams, virtual teams, and cross-functional teams.

Project teams are created for a defined period of time to achieve a specific goal. Members of a project team often belong to. Aug 01,  · Monitoring and Assessment in Online Collaborative Environments: Emergent Computational Technologies for E-Learning Support provides researchers and developers of online collaborative systems with approaches for effective and efficient means that would assist e-learning students and teachers with precise and relevant information regarding the.

Computer supported collaborative design: Retrospective and perspective. With its initial R&D focus on interaction between one user and one computer, HCI R&D was then extended to human–human interaction via networked computers, which is, in fact, the essence of CSCD.

(Ed.), Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: A Book of Readings Cited by: Nov 23,  · Computer-Supported Cooperative Work — CSCW — is a line of research concerned with how social interactions — communication, collaboration, or coordination — are influenced by technical systems.

In the s, it became clear that computers were needed to support collaboration. that this type of user-driven innovation played a particularly key role in communities that were struggling to support vast numbers of users.

Our findings highlight both the shifting nature and the continued salience of technological frames due to the advent of APIs, bots, automation, and widespread end user programming [40]. Lead UX Researcher building a practice for measuring the user experience at every step of the product development lifecycle.

This practice is built atop a combination of Jobs to be Done to help us Title: Lead User Experience. AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK SAULGREENBERG ABSTRACT Computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) is a new multi-disciplinary field with roots in many disciplines.

Due to the area's youth and diversity, few specialized books or journals are available, and articles are scattered amongst.Dec 14,  · Abstract.

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