HCI Bibliography Home | HCI Conferences | GROUP Archive | Detailed Records | RefWorks | EndNote | Show Abstracts
GROUP Tables of Contents: 97990103050709101214

GROUP'07: International Conference on Supporting Group Work

Fullname:Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work
Editors:Tom Gross; Kori Inkpen
Location:Sanibel Island, Florida, USA
Dates:2007-Nov-04 to 2007-Nov-07
Standard No:ISBN 1-59593-845-1, 978-1-59593-845-9; ACM Order Number: 612070; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: GROUP07
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Theories of cooperative work
  2. Awareness and privacy
  3. Analysis of complex work settings
  4. Awareness and co-presence
  5. Sharing expertise
  6. Dealing with dependencies
  7. Knowledge sharing in practice
  8. Formation of groups, teams and communities
  9. Infrastructuring
  10. Wikis and information seeking
  11. Design methods
  12. Computer supported learning
  13. Social tagging
  14. Social networking
  15. Dealing with disruptions

Theories of cooperative work

Permutations of cooperative work practices: a study of two oncology clinics BIBAFull-Text 1-10
  Kjeld Schmidt; Ina Wagner; Marianne Tolar
Practices of stigmergy in architectural work BIBAFull-Text 11-20
  Lars Rune Christensen
From plans to planning: the case of nursing plans BIBAFull-Text 21-30
  Glenn Munkvold; Gunnar Ellingsen; Eric Monteiro

Awareness and privacy

Supporting creativity with awareness in distributed collaboration BIBAFull-Text 31-40
  Umer Farooq; John M. Carroll; Craig H. Ganoe
Providing awareness through situated process maps: the hospital care case BIBAFull-Text 41-50
  Federico Cabitza; Marcello Sarini; Carla Simone
Privacy in the open: how attention mediates awareness and privacy in open-plan offices BIBAFull-Text 51-60
  Jeremy P. Birnholtz; Carl Gutwin; Kirstie Hawkey

Analysis of complex work settings

The implications of enterprise-wide pipeline management tools for organizational relations and exchanges BIBAFull-Text 61-68
  Melissa Cefkin; Jakita O. Thomas; Jeanette Blomberg
Expressive interactions -- supporting collaboration in urban design BIBAFull-Text 69-78
  Valérie Maquil; Thomas Psik; Ina Wagner; Mira Wagner
The potential impact of 3d telepresence technology on task performance in emergency trauma care BIBAFull-Text 79-88
  Hanna M. Söderholm; Diane H. Sonnenwald; Bruce Cairns; James E. Manning; Greg F. Welch; Henry Fuchs

Awareness and co-presence

A field study of community bar: (mis)-matches between theory and practice BIBAFull-Text 89-98
  Natalia Romero; Gregor McEwan; Saul Greenberg
Suitable notification intensity: the dynamic awareness system BIBAFull-Text 99-106
  Yao Wang; Wolfgang Gräther; Wolfgang Prinz
The magic window: lessons from a year in the life of a co-present media space BIBAFull-Text 107-116
  Hyun Hoi James Kim; Carl Gutwin; Sriram Subramanian

Sharing expertise

Searching for experts in the enterprise: combining text and social network analysis BIBAFull-Text 117-126
  Kate Ehrlich; Ching-Yung Lin; Vicky Griffiths-Fisher
Recommendations in taste related domains: collaborative filtering vs. social filtering BIBAFull-Text 127-136
  Georg Groh; Christian Ehmig
Arkose: reusing informal information from online discussions BIBAFull-Text 137-146
  Kevin K. Nam; Mark S. Ackerman

Dealing with dependencies

Supporting collaborative software development through the visualization of socio-technical dependencies BIBAFull-Text 147-156
  Cleidson R. de Souza; Stephen Quirk; Erik Trainer; David F. Redmiles
Dcv: a causality detection approach for large-scale dynamic collaboration environments BIBAFull-Text 157-166
  Ning Gu; Qiwei Zhang; Jiangming Yang; Wei Ye
Community, consensus, coercion, control: cs*w or how policy mediates mass participation BIBAFull-Text 167-176
  Travis Kriplean; Ivan Beschastnikh; David W. McDonald; Scott A. Golder

Knowledge sharing in practice

Knowledge work artifacts: kernel cousins for free/open source software development BIBAFull-Text 177-186
  Margaret Elliott; Mark S. Ackerman; Walt Scacchi
Structuring cross-organizational knowledge sharing BIBAFull-Text 187-196
  Kevin F. White; Wayne G. Lutters
The gospel of knowledge management in and out of a professional community BIBAFull-Text 197-206
  Norman Makoto Su; Hiroko Wilensky; David Redmiles; Gloria Mark

Formation of groups, teams and communities

Cooperation and groupness: community formation in small online collaborative groups BIBAFull-Text 207-216
  Sean P. Goggins; James Laffey; I-Chun Tsai
Feedback for guiding reflection on teamwork practices BIBAFull-Text 217-220
  Gilly Leshed; Jeffrey T. Hancock; Dan Cosley; Poppy L. McLeod; Geri Gay
A metrics framework for evaluating group formation BIBAFull-Text 221-224
  Asma Ounnas; David E. Millard; Hugh C. Davis
How does common ground increase? BIBAFull-Text 225-228
  Gregorio Convertino; Helena M. Mentis; Alex Y. W. Ting; Mary Beth Rosson; John M. Carroll


Tensions across the scales: planning infrastructure for the long-term BIBAFull-Text 229-238
  David Ribes; Thomas A. Finholt
Growing an infrastructure: the role of gateway organizations in cultivating new communities of users BIBAFull-Text 239-248
  Ann Zimmerman; Thomas A. Finholt
The story of a working workflow management system BIBAFull-Text 249-258
  Steen Brahe; Kjeld Schmidt

Wikis and information seeking

Creating, destroying, and restoring value in wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 259-268
  Reid Priedhorsky; Jilin Chen; Shyong (Tony) K. Lam; Katherine Panciera; Loren Terveen; John Riedl
An investigation of the use of a wiki to support knowledge exchange in public health BIBAFull-Text 269-272
  Richard Giordano
Twiki and wetpaint: two wikis in academic environments BIBAFull-Text 273-276
  Libby Hemphill; Jude Yew
The "active" gatekeeper in collaborative information seeking activities BIBAFull-Text 277-280
  Patricia Ruma Spence; Madhu C. Reddy

Design methods

Value tensions in design: the value sensitive design, development, and appropriation of a corporation's groupware system BIBAFull-Text 281-290
  Jessica K. Miller; Batya Friedman; Gavin Jancke
Beyond the lan: techniques from network games for improving groupware performance BIBAFull-Text 291-300
  Jeff Dyck; Carl Gutwin; T. C. Nicholas Graham; David Pinelle
Users as contextual features of software product development and testing BIBAFull-Text 301-310
  David Martin; John Rooksby; Mark Rouncefield

Computer supported learning

Transparency and technology appropriation: social impacts of a video blogging system in dental hygiene clinical instruction BIBAFull-Text 311-320
  L. Amaya Becvar; James D. Hollan
Mixed-method validation of pedagogical concepts for an intercultural online learning environment: a case study BIBAFull-Text 321-330
  Effie Lai-Chong Law; Anh Vu Nguyen-Ngoc; Selahattin Kuru
The effects of explicit referencing in distance problem solving over shared maps BIBAFull-Text 331-340
  Mauro Cherubini; Pierre Dillenbourg

Social tagging

Comparing tagging vocabularies among four enterprise tag-based services BIBAFull-Text 341-350
  Michael J. Muller
Evaluating tagging behavior in social bookmarking systems: metrics and design heuristics BIBAFull-Text 351-360
  Umer Farooq; Thomas G. Kannampallil; Yang Song; Craig H. Ganoe; John M. Carroll; Lee Giles
The quest for quality tags BIBAFull-Text 361-370
  Shilad Sen; F. Maxwell Harper; Adam LaPitz; John Riedl

Social networking

Judging you by the company you keep: dating on social networking sites BIBAFull-Text 371-378
  Adeline Y. Lee; Amy S. Bruckman
That's what friends are for: facilitating 'who knows what' across group boundaries BIBAFull-Text 379-382
  N. Sadat Shami; Y. Connie Yuan; Dan Cosley; Ling Xia; Geri Gay
Identity management: multiple presentations of self in facebook BIBAFull-Text 383-386
  Joan Morris DiMicco; David R. Millen
The dogear game: a social bookmark recommender system BIBAFull-Text 387-390
  Casey Dugan; Michael Muller; David R. Millen; Werner Geyer; Beth Brownholtz; Marty Moore

Dealing with disruptions

Supporting trust building in distributed groups by appropriate security technology BIBAFull-Text 391-398
  Wolfgang Appelt; Sanjin Pajo; Wolfgang Prinz
Unpacking the social dimension of external interruptions BIBAFull-Text 399-408
  Rikard Harr; Victor Kaptelinin