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Computing at work: empowering action by “low-level users”
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A retrospective look at PD projects
W h i l e m o d e r n m e t h o d sf o r i n f o r m a t i o n s y s t e m d e v e l o p m e n t g e n e r a l l y a c c e p t t h a t u s e r s s h o u l d b e i n v o l v e d in s o m e w a y . Expand
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Probing, mocking and prototyping: participatory approaches to identity infrastructuring
We address this concern through a series of action research 'interventions' into the development of proposed North American ID schemes. Expand
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The Access Rainbow: Conceptualizing Universal Access to the Information/ Communications Infrastructure
Copyright © 2000, Idea Group Publishing. This paper presents the Access Rainbow, a seven-layer conceptual model of access to the information/communications infrastructure intended to strengthenExpand
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Fragmented Exchange: Disarticulation and the Need for Regionalized Communication Spaces
This paper relates the discussion of articulation work (and of disarticulation) to issues of the creation and control of collective communication spaces. Expand
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CAVEAT Exemplar: Participatory Design in a Non-Profit Volunteer Organisation
We found system design methodologies that stress cooperation and consensus especially appropriate when working with volunteers, who expect control over their work in exchange for their time and effort. Expand
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Cooperative support for computer work: a social perspective on the empowering of end users
  • A. Clement
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • CSCW '90
  • 1 September 1990
The image of computers being used to empower people is a potent and appealing one. Expand
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Sharing Wireless Internet in Urban Neighbourhoods
Over the last decade, Internet use in countries around the world has grown dramatically. This is especially true in Canadian cities, and Canada is widely acknowledged as having strong broadbandExpand
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