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A Knowledge Management framework was adopted to augment research and evaluation of a broadband videoconferencing trial undertaken in 2002 at the University of Calgary. Involving distributed research teams across Canada, the InSite Broadband Collaborative Research Project was designed to measure the extent to which knowledge workers embedded in mediated workplace networks would adopt and then adapt small- and large-format videoconferencing in support of informal interaction aimed at knowledgedoi:10.11575/prism/10546 fatcat:2skcydk54bgkncffcb7v6uskhu