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2009

The conference room as a toolbox: technological and social routines in corporate meeting spaces

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The conference room as a toolbox: technological and social routines in corporate meeting spaces
HCI, CSCW, and ubicomp researchers have developed new technologies and interaction techniques to support collaboration, ranging from electronic whiteboards to software supporting display sharing. However, very few longitudinal studies have explored the technological and social routines of individuals using personal devices in conjunction with shared displays under authentic settings in meeting rooms. We extend previous work in this area by studying routines within two multi-purpose meeting spaces at two design and manufacturing-oriented corporations, with particular emphasis on the shared display found in each location. Our contribution to this space is a holistic approach to understanding the dynamics between people, devices, information, and the physical environment of meeting spaces. We argue that while it is important to improve technological infrastructures, such as enhancing display sharing abilities, understanding the social and technology routines that currently support collab...
Christopher Plaue, John T. Stasko, Mark Baloga
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CANDT
Authors Christopher Plaue, John T. Stasko, Mark Baloga
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