Action as language in a shared visual space

@inproceedings{Gergle2004ActionAL,
  title={Action as language in a shared visual space},
  author={Darren Gergle and Robert E. Kraut and Susan R. Fussell},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2004}
}
A shared visual workspace allows multiple people to see similar views of objects and environments. Prior empirical literature demonstrates that visual information helps collaborators understand the current state of their task and enables them to communicate and ground their conversations efficiently. We present an empirical study that demonstrates how action replaces explicit verbal instruction in a shared visual workspace. Pairs performed a referential communication task with and without a… CONTINUE READING

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