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Computer Supported Cooperative Work
Collaborative information seeking (CIS) has lately produced interesting empirical studies, describing CIS in real-life settings. While these studies explore how and why CIS manifests itself in different domains, discussions about how to study CIS have been scarce. The research area of CIS may, however, benefit from a discussion of methodological issues. This chapter describes the application of three methods for collecting and analyzing data in three CIS studies. The three methods aredoi:10.1007/978-3-319-18988-8_2 fatcat:g4zzcyqqkjgpbntccu3ibyvv4y