ECSCW 2009: Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 7-11 September 2009, Vienna, Austria

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This volume presents the proceedings of ECSCW?09, the 11th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Each conference offers an occasion to critically review our research field, which has been multidisciplinary and committed to high scientific standards, both theoretical and methodological, from its beginning. These proceedings represent discussions and contributions to ongoing challenges. One challenge comes from emerging new technologies connected to ?social computing?, gaming, as well as ...

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Overview

This volume presents the proceedings of ECSCW’09, the 11th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Each conference offers an occasion to critically review our research field, which has been multidisciplinary and committed to high scientific standards, both theoretical and methodological, from its beginning. These proceedings represent discussions and contributions to ongoing challenges. One challenge comes from emerging new technologies connected to ‘social computing’, gaming, as well as applications supporting citizen participation in their communities. As boundaries between home and work erode with the increased movement of work into home environments, and new applications further blur the once separate conceptions of work and leisure, our intellectual community faces challenges in the ways we think about and study work. Other challenges result from transformations of the world of work itself and the role of IT in these. They have been taken up in in-depth studies of design practice, software development, and manufacturing, as well as in the growing body of research on health care contexts and applications. Finally, there is the question of what is the European perspective in our community and whether it is worthwhile to anchor our research more firmly in such a perspective. Of high relevance to our field is the strong grounding of technology development in an understanding of human activity.

The nineteen full papers, four short papers and one discussion paper selected for this conference deal with and reflect on some of these challenges, thus representing the lively debate currently ongoing in our field of research.

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“European computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) research heavily … employs multidisciplinary ethnographic and workplace studies, in order to examine cooperation ‘in the wild.’ This research pattern is present in almost all of the 23 papers, together with a strong sociological and anthropological grounding of the European research strand. … This volume is directed strongly toward the active researcher within this particular paradigm.” (Christoph F. Strnadl, ACM Computing Review, November, 2010)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781848828537
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 8/28/2009
  • Edition description: 2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 414
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

The boundaries of participatory citizenship
Nikolaj Gandrup Borchorst, Susanne Bødker and Pär-Ola Zander

Research Project as Boundary Object: negotiating the conceptual design of a tool for International Development
Ann Light and Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson

Supporting Nurses’ Information Flow by Integrating Paper and Digital Charting
Charlotte Tang and Sheelagh Carpendale

The eDiary: Bridging home and hospital through healthcare technology
Rikke Aarhus, Stinne Aaløkke Ballegaard and Thomas Riisgaard Hansen

PRODOC: an Electronic Patient Record to Foster Process-Oriented Practices
Federico Cabitza, Carla Simone and Giovanni Zorzato

Finding the other 5%: Understanding the role of social networking technologies in building personal networks for young adults with cancer
Shawn Ashkanasy, Frank Vetere, Graeme Shanks and Hilary Davis

Trust and Social Capital: Revisiting an Offshoring Failure Story of a Small German Software Company
Alexander Boden, Bernhard Nett and Volker Wulf

Return On Contribution (ROC): A Metric for Enterprise Social Software
Michael Muller, Jill Freyne, Casey Dugan, David Millen and Jennifer Thom-Santelli

Collaborative Practices that Support Creativity in Design
Dhaval Vyas, Dirk Heylen, Anton Nijholt and Gerrit van der Veer

‘Talking about (my) Generation’: Creativity, Practice, Technology & Talk
David Martin, Jacki O’Neill and Dave Randall

Using Annotations in a Collective and Face-to-Face Design Situation
Sylvie Guibert, Françoise Darses and JF Boujut

We can work it out: Collaborative Conflict Resolution in Model Versioning
Petra Brosch, Philip Langer, Martina Seidl, Konrad Wieland and Manuel Wimmer

On the effects of Refactoring in the Coordination of Software Development Activities
Cleidson de Souza, Maryanne Rosa,Crys Goto, Jean Costa and Pedro Trecanno

Divided by a common acronym: On the fragmentation of CSCW
Kjeld Schmidt

Collaboration in Metagenomics: Sequence Databases and the Organization of Scientific Work
Matthew J. Bietz and Charlotte P. Lee

Towards LivingAgendas - Shaping the next generation of business meetings
Till Schümmer, Hilda Tellioglu and Jörg M. Haake

Analyzing Multimodal Communication around a Shared Tabletop Display
Anne Marie Piper and James D. Hollan

Status on Display: a Field Trial of Nomatic*Viz
Xianghua Ding and Donald Patterson

The ‘out-of-avatar experience’: object-focused collaboration in Second Life
Greg Wadley and Nicolas Ducheneaut

Character Sharing in World of Warcraft
Nelson Wong, Anthony Tang, Ian Livingston, Carl Gutwin and Regan Mandryk

High-Octane Work: The oil and gas workplace
Clint Heyer

Asking for the moon: Or model-based coordination in distributed design
Kjeld Schmidt, Hilda Tellioglu and Ina Wagner

Information Curators in an Enterprise File-Sharing Service
Michael Muller, David Millen and Jonathan Feinberg

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