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GROUP'05: International Conference on Supporting Group Work

Fullname:Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work
Editors:Kjeld Schmidt; Mark Pendergast; Mark Ackerman; Gloria Mark
Location:Sanibel Island, Florida, USA
Dates:2005-Nov-06 to 2005-Nov-09
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-59593-223-2; ACM Order Number: 612050; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: GROUP05
Papers:57
Pages:356
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Net communities
  2. Collocation and virtual collocation
  3. Finding expertise and information
  4. IM and usability
  5. Decision-making and communication
  6. Collaborative learning
  7. Work rhythms and coordinative artifacts
  8. Open source and distributed software development
  9. Supporting communities
  10. Supporting activities
  11. Consistency maintenance
  12. Transforming health care
  13. Panel
  14. Posters

Net communities

Becoming Wikipedian: transformation of participation in a collaborative online encyclopedia BIBAFull-Text 1-10
  Susan L. Bryant; Andrea Forte; Amy Bruckman
Follow the (slash) dot: effects of feedback on new members in an online community BIBAFull-Text 11-20
  Cliff Lampe; Erik Johnston
Supporting social worlds with the community bar BIBAFull-Text 21-30
  Gregor McEwan; Saul Greenberg

Collocation and virtual collocation

The proximity factor: impact of distance on co-located collaboration BIBAFull-Text 31-40
  Kirstie Hawkey; Melanie Kellar; Derek Reilly; Tara Whalen; Kori M. Inkpen
Integrating 2D and 3D views for spatial collaboration BIBAFull-Text 41-50
  Wendy A. Schafer; Doug A. Bowman
Benefits of synchronous collaboration support for an application-centered analysis team working on complex problems: a case study BIBAFull-Text 51-60
  John M. Linebarger; Andrew J. Scholand; Mark A. Ehlen; Michael J. Procopio

Finding expertise and information

Matching human actors based on their texts: design and evaluation of an instance of the ExpertFinding framework BIBAFull-Text 61-70
  Tim Reichling; Kai Schubert; Volker Wulf
Searching for expertise in social networks: a simulation of potential strategies BIBAFull-Text 71-80
  Jun Zhang; Mark S. Ackerman
Real-world oriented information sharing using social networks BIBAFull-Text 81-84
  Junichiro Mori; Tatsuhiko Sugiyama; Yutaka Matsuo
A survey of collaborative information seeking practices of academic researchers BIBAFull-Text 85-88
  Patricia Ruma Spence; Madhu C. Reddy; Richard Hall

IM and usability

Broadcasting information via display names in instant messaging BIBAFull-Text 89-98
  Stephanie Smale; Saul Greenberg
"...real, concrete facts about what works...": integrating evaluation and design through patterns BIBAFull-Text 99-108
  Elizabeth S. Guy
Uncovering privacy attitudes and practices in instant messaging BIBAFull-Text 109-112
  Sameer Patil; Alfred Kobsa
Instant messaging bots: accountability and peripheral participation for textual user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 113-115
  Stephen Chan; Benjamin Hill; Sarita Yardi

Decision-making and communication

VERN: facilitating democratic group decision making online BIBAFull-Text 116-119
  Sarita Yardi; Benjamin Hill; Stephen Chan
Adaptive radio: achieving consensus using negative preferences BIBAFull-Text 120-123
  Dennis L. Chao; Justin Balthrop; Stephanie Forrest
Quality improvement of email communication in work groups and organizations by reflection BIBAFull-Text 124-127
  Guy Vollmer; Katrin Gassner
FrameDrops: a mobile VideoBlog for workgroups and virtual communities BIBAFull-Text 128-131
  Tom Gross; Martin Kleppe

Collaborative learning

Design decisions in the RideNow project BIBAFull-Text 132-135
  Rick Wash; Libby Hemphill; Paul Resnick
Collaboration support for novice team programming BIBAFull-Text 136-139
  Davor Cubranic; Margaret Anne D. Storey
"Bring your own laptop unless you want to follow the lecture": alternative communication in the classroom BIBAFull-Text 140-143
  Louise Barkhuus
Supporting the dissertation process with grad tools BIBAFull-Text 144-147
  Michelle Bejian Lotia; Stephanie D. Teasley

Work rhythms and coordinative artifacts

Negotiated rhythms of mobile work: time, place, and work schedules BIBAFull-Text 148-157
  Magnus Nilsson; Morten Hertzum
When once is not enough: the role of redundancy in a hospital ward setting BIBAFull-Text 158-167
  Federico Cabitza; Marcello Sarini; Carla Simone; Michele Telaro
A web of coordinative artifacts: collaborative work at a hospital ward BIBAFull-Text 168-176
  Jakob E. Bardram; Claus Bossen

Open source and distributed software development

Thematic coherence and quotation practices in OSS design-oriented online discussions BIBAFull-Text 177-186
  Flore Barcellini; Francoise Detienne; Jean-Marie Burkhardt; Warren Sack
Negotiation and the coordination of information and activity in distributed software problem management BIBAFull-Text 187-196
  Robert J. Sandusky; Les Gasser
Seeking the source: software source code as a social and technical artifact BIBAFull-Text 197-206
  Cleidson de Souza; Jon Froehlich; Paul Dourish

Supporting communities

Supporting the shared experience of spectators through mobile group media BIBAFull-Text 207-216
  Giulio Jacucci; Antti Oulasvirta; Antti Salovaara; Risto Sarvas
Supporting creativity in distributed scientific communities BIBAFull-Text 217-226
  Umer Farooq; John M. Carroll; Craig H. Ganoe
eCell: spatial IT design for group collaboration in school environments BIBAFull-Text 227-235
  Christina Brodersen; Ole Sejer Iversen

Supporting activities

Roles and relationships for unified activity management BIBAFull-Text 236-245
  Beverly L. Harrison; Alex Cozzi; Thomas P. Moran
Proactive support for the organization of shared workspaces using activity patterns and content analysis BIBAFull-Text 246-255
  Wolfgang Prinz; Baber Zaman
As technophobia disappears: implications for design BIBAFull-Text 256-259
  Jonathan Grudin; Shari Tallarico; Scott Counts
What ideal end users teach us about collaborative software BIBAFull-Text 260-263
  David Redmiles; Hiroko Wilensky; Kristie Kosaka; Rogerio de Paula

Consistency maintenance

Consistency maintenance based on the mark & retrace technique in groupware systems BIBAFull-Text 264-273
  Ning Gu; Jiangming Yang; Qiwei Zhang
An optimization approach to group coupling in heterogeneous collaborative systems BIBAFull-Text 274-283
  Carlos D. Correa; Ivan Marsic
A landmark-based transformation approach to concurrency control in group editors BIBAFull-Text 284-293
  Rui Li; Du Li

Transforming health care

Designing for transformations in collaboration: a study of the deployment of homecare technology BIBAFull-Text 294-303
  Jakob E. Bardram; Claus Bossen; Anders Thomsen
Involvement matters: the proper involvement of users and behavioural theories in the design of a medical teleconferencing application BIBAFull-Text 304-312
  Margit Biemans; Janine Swaak; Marike Hettinga; Jan Gerrit Schuurman
Timing in the art of integration: 'that's how the bastille got stormed' BIBAFull-Text 313-322
  David Martin; Mark Rouncefield; Jacki O'Neill; Mark Hartswood; Dave Randall

Panel

Intelligent design or felicitous evolution?: sustaining order and activity in online communities BIBKFull-Text 323
  Thomas Erickson; Christine A. Halverson

Posters

Why everyone loves to text message: social management with SMS BIBAFull-Text 324-325
  Louise Barkhuus
Proactive behaviour may lead to failure in virtual project-based collaborative learning BIBAFull-Text 326-327
  Pernille Bjorn; Morten Hertzum
SAGE: software agent-based groupware using e-services BIBAFull-Text 328-329
  M. Brian Blake; Daniel Kahan; David H. Fado; Gregory A. Mack
A survey of personal and household scheduling BIBAFull-Text 330-331
  A. J. Bernheim Brush; Tammara Combs Turner
Pair programming and the re-appropriation of individual tools for collaborative programming BIBAFull-Text 332-333
  Sallyann Bryant; Pablo Romero; Benedict du Boulay
Heterogeneity in harmony: diverse practice in a multimedia arts collective BIBAFull-Text 334-335
  Eric Cook; Stephanie D. Teasley; Judith S. Olson
Collaboratory use by peripheral scientists BIBAFull-Text 336-337
  Airong Luo; Judith S. Olson
Mediating the co-production of complex media products BIBAFull-Text 338-339
  Anja Bechmann Petersen; Susanne Bødker
Taking juxtaposition into account: supporting people's work with maps BIBAFull-Text 340-341
  Marten Pettersson; Sarah Olofsson
Promoting awareness in distributed mobile organizations: a cultural and technological challenge BIBAFull-Text 342-343
  Julie Rennecker
Thoughts on critical infrastructure collaboration BIBAFull-Text 344-345
  Andrew J. Scholand; John M. Linebarger; Mark A. Ehlen
DAView: a linux WebDAV client supporting effective distributed authoring BIBAFull-Text 346-347
  Won-Joon Shin; Dong-Ho Kim; Myung-Joon Lee
Insightful illusions: requirements gathering for large-scale groupware systems BIBAFull-Text 348-349
  Kevin F. White; Wayne G. Lutters
Unraveling the ordering in persistent chat: a new message ordering feature BIBAFull-Text 350-351
  Lu Xiao; Jayne S. Litzinger
Analyzing misconceptions in multilingual computer-mediated communication BIBAFull-Text 352-353
  Naomi Yamashita; Toru Ishida