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GROUP'03: International Conference on Supporting Group Work

Fullname:Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work
Editors:Marilyn Tremaine; Carla Simone
Location:Sanibel Island, Florida, USA
Dates:2003-Nov-09 to 2003-Nov-12
Standard No:ISBN 1-58113-693-5; ACM Order Number: 612030; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: GROUP03
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Communities I
  2. Chat I
  3. Groupware for special groups I
  4. Mobility
  5. Groupware for special groups II
  6. System technology
  7. Making sense
  8. Chat II
  9. Communities II
  10. Models
  11. Knowledge Management I
  12. Tools and technology I
  13. Field studies I
  14. Tools and technology II
  15. Field studies II
  16. Social browsing
  17. Knowledge management II
  18. Design input studies

Communities I

The active lurker: influence of an in-house online community on its outside environment BIBAFull-Text 10
  Masamichi Takahashi; Masakazu Fujimoto; Nobuhiro Yamasaki
E-community-building in wiInf-central BIBAFull-Text 11-20
  Bernd Pape; Leonard Reinecke; Markus Rohde; Monique Strauss
Free software developers as an occupational community: resolving conflicts and fostering collaboration BIBAFull-Text 21-30
  Margaret S. Elliott; Walt Scacchi

Chat I

Exms: an animated and avatar-based messaging system for expressive peer communication BIBAFull-Text 31-39
  Per Persson
Text chat in action BIBAFull-Text 40-49
  Jacki O'Neill; David Martin
Introducing chat into business organizations: toward an instant messaging maturity model BIBAFull-Text 50-57
  Michael J. Muller; Mary Elizabeth Raven; Sandra Kogan; David R. Millen; Kenneth Carey

Groupware for special groups I

Collaborative virtual environments for supporting learning communities: an experience of use BIBAFull-Text 58-67
  Ekaterina Prasolova-Forland; Monica Divitini
Expectations for a scientific collaboratory: a case study BIBAFull-Text 68-74
  Diane H. Sonnenwald


Designing for loose coupling in mobile groups BIBAFull-Text 75-84
  David Pinelle; Carl Gutwin
Motorcycling and social interaction: design for the enjoyment of brief traffic encounters BIBAFull-Text 85-94
  Mattias Esbjornsson; Oskar Juhlin; Mattias Ostergen

Groupware for special groups II

Increasing workplace independence for people with cognitive disabilities by leveraging distributed cognition among caregivers and clients BIBAFull-Text 95-104
  Stefan Carmien; Rogerio DePaula; Andrew Gorman; Anja Kintsch
"Breaking the code", moving between private and public work in collaborative software development BIBAFull-Text 105-114
  Cleidson R. B. de Souza; David Redmiles; Paul Dourish

System technology

Supporting activity-centric collaboration through peer-to-peer shared objects BIBAFull-Text 115-124
  Werner Geyer; Jurgen Vogel; Li-Te Cheng; Michael Muller
Software framework for managing heterogeneity in mobile collaborative systems BIBAFull-Text 125-134
  Carlos D. Correa; Ivan Marsic

Making sense

Technology-use mediation: making sense of electronic communication in an organizational context BIBAFull-Text 135-143
  Jorgen P. Bansler; Erling Havn
The evolution of artifacts in cooperative work: constructing meaning through activity BIBAFull-Text 144-152
  Marlin M. Cluts
Making sense of collaboration: the challenge of thinking together in global design teams BIBAFull-Text 153-160
  Andreas Larsson

Chat II

Why do we ReachOut?: functions of a semi-persistent peer support tool BIBAFull-Text 161-169
  Michal Jacovi; Vladimir Soroka; Sigalit Ur
How push-to-talk makes talk less pushy BIBAFull-Text 170-179
  Allison Woodruff; Paul M. Aoki
What counts as success? punctuated patterns of use in a persistent chat environment BIBAFull-Text 180-189
  Christine A. Halverson; Thomas Erickson; Jeremy Sussman

Communities II

Communities of action: a cognitive and social approach to the design of CSCW systems BIBAFull-Text 190-197
  Manuel Zacklad
Managing virtual knowledge networks: topology and performance BIBAFull-Text 198-204
  Gregor Schrott; Daniel Beimborn
Improving individual and organizational performance through communities of practice BIBAFull-Text 205-211
  David R. Millen; Michael A. Fontaine


Using the transformational approach to build a safe and generic data synchronizer BIBAFull-Text 212-220
  Pascal Molli; Gerald Oster; Hala Skaf-Molli; Abdessamad Imine
Owner/user role in computational grid extension by non-dedicated resources BIBAFull-Text 221-228
  Goran Martinovic
Process inheritance and instance modification BIBAFull-Text 229-238
  Guangxin Yang

Knowledge Management I

Information seeking and sharing in design teams BIBAFull-Text 239-247
  Steven Poltrock; Jonathan Grudin; Susan Dumais; Raya Fidel; Harry Bruce; Annelise Mark Pejtersen
Stimulating knowledge discovery and sharing BIBAFull-Text 248-257
  A. Agostini; S. Albolino; G. De Michelis; F. De Paoli; R. Dondi

Tools and technology I

Awareness support in a groupware widget toolkit BIBAFull-Text 258-267
  Jason Hill; Carl Gutwin
Instant group communication with QuickML BIBAFull-Text 268-273
  Toshiyuki Masui; Satoru Takabayashi

Field studies I

Ordering systems: coordinative practices in architectural design and planning BIBAFull-Text 274-283
  Kjeld Schmidt
Shaping technology across social worlds: groupware adoption in a distributed organization BIBAFull-Text 284-293
  Gloria Mark; Steven Poltrock

Tools and technology II

Using cursor prediction to smooth telepointer jitter BIBAFull-Text 294-301
  Carl Gutwin; Jeff Dyck; Jennifer Burkitt

Field studies II

From genre analysis to the design of meetingware BIBAFull-Text 302-310
  Pedro Antunes; Carlos J. Costa
Technology for boundaries BIBAFull-Text 311-320
  Susanne Bødker; Jannie F. Kristensen; Christina Nielsen; Werner Sperschneider

Social browsing

Studying the effect of similarity in online task-focused interactions BIBAFull-Text 321-329
  Dan Cosley; Pamela Ludford; Loren Terveen
Group unified histories an instrument for productive unconstrained co-browsing BIBAFull-Text 330-338
  Maria Aneiros; Vladimir Estivill-Castro; Chengzheng Sun

Knowledge management II

Data at work: supporting sharing in science and engineering BIBAFull-Text 339-348
  Jeremy P. Birnholtz; Matthew J. Bietz
Concepts for usable patterns of groupware applications BIBAFull-Text 349-358
  Thomas Herrmann; Marcel Hoffmann; Isa Jahnke; Andrea Kienle; Gabriele Kunau; Kai-Uwe Loser; Natalja Menold

Design input studies

Designed for unanticipated use: common artefacts as design principle for CSCW applications BIBAFull-Text 359-368
  Samuli Pekkola
How people use orientation on tables: comprehension, coordination and communication BIBAFull-Text 369-378
  Russell Kruger; Sheelagh Carpendale; Stacey D. Scott; Saul Greenberg