In the context of human activities and CSCW
, Activity Theory and Distributed Cognition remark the importance of the environment--and in particular of the tools available in the environment--for governing the complexity of cooperative / social work, in particular for its analysis and construction.
For example, the CSCW
community focuses on work practice and systems, the Cooperative Information Systems community primarily addresses systems issues, while researchers in the IS arena (represented by conferences such as ICIS and CAiSE) deal largely with organizational issues without considering the technical options in depth.
In a cooperative CSCW
multimedia-authoring environment, it is important for one person to see what others are doing.
challenges: Cooperative design in engineering projects.
was viewed as one area that offered the greatest potential to impact British industry.
In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, 1990 (CSCW
'90) (October, 1990, Los Angeles, Calif.), pp.
 Saul Greenberg and Carl Gutwin, "Implications of we-awareness to the design of distributed groupware tools," Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW
(1) Lab ha propuesto cuatro dimensiones a considerar al evaluar sistemas colaborativos: contexto grupal, usabilidad, colaboracion e impacto cultural (Araujo, 2002).
2016: Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (pp.
The Problem with awareness: Introductory remarks on awareness in CSCW
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