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The Parting of the Ways: Divergence, Data Management and Collaborative Work [chapter]

Paul Dourish
1995 Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW '95  
Second, it supports "multi-synchronous" work, in which parties work independently in parallel. Third, it directly supports observed patterns of opportunistic activities in collaborative working.  ...  Systems coordinating distributed collaborative work must manage user data distributed over a network.  ...  In particular, they pointed to the ways in which opportunistic action on the parts of individual collaborators often went against pre-defined roles, responsibilities or plans.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-0349-7_14 fatcat:z4gh4towq5gffbnxzmzjqzuycu

The Network Discussion Supporting System Embedded Computer Coordinator at the Distributed Places

Akiko INABA, Toshio OKAMOTO
1995 Educational technology research  
In the case of collaborative learning, it is neces- sarv to communicate with others, Thus, it seems how to support the discussion is one of the most important issues in the researches  ...  We ernbed the expert system which plays the role of a coordinator in order to support their discussion adaptively in iDCLE.  ...  discussion is divergent" and "do focus on one issue'' to the student who plays the role of a group leader. The group leader is defined by referring rule set-C as follows.  ... 
doi:10.15077/etr.kj00003899111 fatcat:3cr3qikjv5dktoo4ea72fp5cku

Consistency guarantees

Paul Dourish
1996 Proceedings of the 1996 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '96  
Prospero is a toolkit which uses this technique to meet different application needs flexibly. 1.  ...  The reader is referred to [Dourish, 1995a] and [Dourish, 1995b] for more information and background on the techniques used.  ...  Acknowledgments Dik Bentley, Jon Crowcroft, John Lamping, Ellen Siegel and Doug Terry made valuable contributions to the development of these ideas and their presentation here.  ... 
doi:10.1145/240080.240300 dblp:conf/cscw/Dourish96 fatcat:caloymzvavdnhb7dgmn6cegjsq

Using metalevel techniques in a flexible toolkit for CSCW applications

Paul Dourish
1998 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
in Prospero, and illustrates how Prospero can be used to create a range of collaborative applications.  ...  Ideally, software toolkits for collaborative applications should provide generic, reusable components, applicable in a wide range of circumstances, which software developers can assemble to produce new  ...  to the development of the research and this article.  ... 
doi:10.1145/287675.287676 fatcat:zqgtkg5yufhprjg6p7ifx4iebe

Inter-and intra-subjective planes of e-argumentation: motivation, self-perception, expectations, and actual interlocutory behavior

Baruch B. Schwarz, Christa S. C. Asterhan, Armin Weinberger, Karsten Stegmann, Frank Fischer, Astrid Wichmann, Andreas Harrer, Heinz Ulrich Hoppe
2008 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
Theories of collaborative learning and of communicative interaction are often used interchangeably to trace learning in and from dialogue.  ...  In their case, they compared the extent of convergence among actual collaborators on different measures of motivation with that of nominal collaborators.  ...  Acknowledgements The research presented by Weinberger et al was funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).The research presented by Asterhan and Schwartz and by Wichmann, et al was supported by the  ... 
dblp:conf/icls/SchwarzAWSFWHH08 fatcat:cav3th5wsvdvppho3ierqu74f4

Knowledge Convergence in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: The Role of External Representation Tools

Frank Fischer, Heinz Mandl
2005 The Journal of the Learning Sciences  
Learners in the computer-mediated collaboration used a wider range of resources.  ...  Sixty-four (64) university students participated in the study. Results showed that learning partners converged strongly with respect to their use of resources during the collaboration process.  ...  In 59 of the 64 cases the divergence in resource use was smaller for the real dyads than for their nominal controls.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327809jls1403_3 fatcat:smszlqhjybcelgcuurbbi35fli

An application framework for developing collaborative handheld decision-making tools

Pedro Antunes, Gustavo Zurita, Nelson Baloian
2013 Behavior and Information Technology  
This paper describes an application framework supporting Collaborative Handheld Decision-Making (CHDM).  ...  Six different tools are described in the paper. The main contribution of this work is a common foundation for developing CHDM tools.  ...  Introduction Collaborative Handheld Decision-Making (CHDM) concerns the use of handheld tools to support collaborative and decision-making activities in varied application areas such as managing clinical  ... 
doi:10.1080/0144929x.2013.815275 fatcat:hpbxmzvpzzaopkfimqfhx5tzmy

Knowledge convergence in collaborative learning: Concepts and assessment

Armin Weinberger, Karsten Stegmann, Frank Fischer
2007 Learning and Instruction  
This study further demonstrated that prior knowledge convergence may interact with specific instructional support methods, in this case computer-supported collaboration scripts.  ...  Learners in knowledge convergent dyads were substantially supported in their knowledge acquisition by a collaboration script structuring learner interaction by assigning the roles of explainer and listener  ...  The learners' task was to build concept-case relations, i.e. apply concepts of attribution theory by Weiner (1985) to information of the problem case.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2007.03.007 fatcat:wjzx6zz67fahtawmrc5jjek5zu

Putting the Global in Global Work: An Intercultural Lens on the Practice of Cross-National Collaboration

Pamela Hinds, Lei Liu, Joachim Lyon
2011 The Academy of Management Annals  
Acknowledgments Our work was made possible through a grant from the Hasso Plattner Design Thinking Research Program to the first author and a scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to the third  ...  In all cases, however, global work refers to collaborations in which workers are geographically distributed across national boundaries.  ...  Adaptation can lead to convergence or divergence or, in rare cases, neither. Convergence versus divergence.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19416520.2011.586108 fatcat:gndjj7hdnjetdl3g6rriv7iilu

IT Support for Business Process Innovation -- Architectural Choices and Design Challenges

Matthias Voigt, Kevin Ortbach, Ralf Plattfaut, Bjorn Niehaves
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
In this context, choosing and implementing IT tools that are supportive to these two specifics of process innovation can be considered a key success factor for organizations.  ...  Companies have to be aware of those challenges in order to make an informed decision on system design. In this paper, we derive and consolidate characteristics of the innovation process.  ...  In addition, every application used in the innovation process will use diverse roles for managing access.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.371 dblp:conf/hicss/VoigtOPN13 fatcat:c6ce3knkt5gyvf22x4rqbzfaee

Fostering collaborative knowledge construction with visualization tools

F Fischer, J Bruhn, C Gräsel, H Mandl
2002 Learning and Instruction  
This method uses the roles of 'teacher' and 'student' and can be used for supporting reading comprehension in virtually any domain.  ...  Scientific knowledge on processes of collaborative knowledge construction helps us to support learners more effectively in situations of collaborative learning.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0959-4752(01)00005-6 fatcat:nesprm4mozcodmqtr6wr2niqiy

A survey of languages to represent collaboration as a means of designing CSCW facilities in RDL

Edson Lucas, Daniel Schneider, Toacy Oliveira, Jano de Souza
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE 17th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD)  
In this paper we investigate design languages available in the related literature that provide explicit support to collaboration mechanisms.  ...  Our main research goal is to provide RDL (Reuse Description Language) with mechanisms to support working in Collaborative Software Engineering under the umbrella of CSCW.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank the CAPES and CNPq Brazilian agencies for the financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cscwd.2013.6580939 dblp:conf/cscwd/LucasSOS13 fatcat:wkpher67lbh6lmwkow5tfyhjam

Addressing productivity concerns in risk management through repeatable distributed collaboration processes

J. van Grinsven, G.-J. de Vreede
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
Although distributed RM provides major benefits in terms of productivity and shortening throughput time, it represents a challenge to coordinate the efforts of distributed teams working towards a common  ...  Due to an increasing number of distributed projects and distributed teams, the RM paradigm has begun to shift towards group oriented RM any time any place.  ...  Other authors seek to explain the use of group support systems (GSS) in order to understand the dynamics of distributed teams (see [27] for an overview).  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1173669 dblp:conf/hicss/GrinsvenV03 fatcat:vvtswgj3bbb55kmum4cvz6pyk4

How Task Conflict Can Support Creative Problem Solving in Teams by Stimulating Knowledge Sharing, Critical and Creative Thinking and Meta-Cognition [chapter]

Louise Kiernan, Ann Ledwith, Raymond Lynch
2021 Organizational Conflict [Working Title]  
They highlight how the cognitive processes can be constructively used to stimulate and manage conflict to effectively solve problems in teams.  ...  This study explores how task conflict can support creative problem solving in teams and the cognitive processes applied.  ...  role of perceived support.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.96600 fatcat:rddvf2a75zfivdiet2rstpwdl4

Building a Facilitated Design Collaboration Environment

Haiyan Fan, Sanjay Notakar, Marshall Scott Poole
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
In this paper we propose a collaborative environment for GUI design and evaluation, at the core of which is a process-based Agent Facilitator (AF).  ...  Complex design problems require members of project teams go beyond individualistic work to engage in joint activity of generating new insights, new ideas, and new artifacts.  ...  GSS tools such as brainstorming, brainwriting, and shared whiteboards can be used to support divergent thinking. Conferencing, chat, and commenting tools support discussion.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/FanNP05 fatcat:u6yptz6c7fet5ntdz6ozngfuqa
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