“I'll get that off the audio”: a case study of salvaging multimedia meeting records

@article{Moran1997IllGT,
  title={“I'll get that off the audio”: a case study of salvaging multimedia meeting records},
  author={Thomas P. Moran and Leysia Palen and Steve R. Harrison and Patrick Chiu and Don Kimber and Scott L. Minneman and William van Melle and Polle Zellweger},
  journal={Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human factors in computing systems},
  year={1997}
}
  • T. Moran, L. Palen, P. Zellweger
  • Published 27 March 1997
  • Business
  • Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human factors in computing systems
We describe a case study of a complex, ongoing, collaborative work process, where the central activity is a series of meetings reviewing a wide range of subtle technical topics. The problem is the accurate repxting of the results of these meetings, which is the responsibility of a single person, who is not well-versed in all the topics. We provided tools to capture the meeting discussions and tools to “salvage” the cap tured multimedia recordings. Salvaging is a new kind of activity involving… 

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