Activity-centric support for ad hoc knowledge work: a case study of co-activity manager

@inproceedings{Houben2013ActivitycentricSF,
  title={Activity-centric support for ad hoc knowledge work: a case study of co-activity manager},
  author={Steven Houben and Jakob Eyvind Bardram and Jo Vermeulen and Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2013}
}
Modern knowledge work consists of both individual and highly collaborative activities that are typically composed of a number of configuration, coordination and articulation processes. The desktop interface today, however, provides very little support for these processes and rather forces knowledge workers to adapt to the technology. We introduce co-Activity Manager, an activity-centric desktop system that (i) provides tools for ad hoc dynamic configuration of a desktop working context, (ii… CONTINUE READING