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ECSCW
1997
11 years 11 months ago
On Distribution, Drift and the Electronic Medical Record: Some Tools for a Sociology of the Formal
: Formal tools (i.e , tools that operate on circumscribed input using rules, and that contain a model of the workplace in which are to function) are attributed central roles in org...
Marc Berg
ECSCW
1997
11 years 11 months ago
Staging a Public Poetry Performance in a Collaborative Virtual Environment
Steve Benford, Chris Greenhalgh, Dave Snowdon, Adr...
ECSCW
1997
11 years 11 months ago
Plans as Situated Action: An Activity Theory Approach to Workflow Systems
: Within the community of CSCW the notion and nature of workflow systems as prescriptions of human work has been debated and criticised. Based on the work of Suchman (1987) the not...
Jakob Bardram
ECSCW
1997
11 years 11 months ago
Constructing Common Information Spaces
Liam J. Bannon, Susanne Bødker
ECSCW
1997
11 years 11 months ago
Rethinking CSCW systems: The architecture of Milano
: After eleven years, CSCW is a well recognized research field which has generated, among other things, some new theoretical findings on work practices and cooperation and some new...
Alessandra Agostini, Giorgio De Michelis, Maria An...
ECSCW
2003
11 years 11 months ago
When Can I Expect an Email Response? A Study of Rhythms in Email Usage
A study of email responsiveness was conducted to understand how the timing of email responses conveys important information. Interviews and observations explored users’ perceptio...
Joshua R. Tyler, John C. Tang
ECSCW
2003
11 years 11 months ago
System Guidelines for Co-located, Collaborative Work on a Tabletop Display
Collaborative interactions with many existing digital tabletop systems lack the fluidity of collaborating around a table using traditional media. This paper presents a critical ana...
Stacey D. Scott, Karen D. Grant, Regan L. Mandryk
ECSCW
2003
11 years 11 months ago
Discovery of Implicit and Explicit Connections Between People Using Email Utterance
This paper is about finding explicit and implicit connections between people by mining semantic associations from their email communications. Following from a sociocognitive stance...
Robert McArthur, Peter Bruza
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