Beyond being aware

@article{Carroll2009BeyondBA,
  title={Beyond being aware},
  author={John M. Carroll and Mary Beth Rosson and Umer Farooq and Lu Xiao},
  journal={Information and Organization},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={162-185}
}
To support collaborative interactions, information systems need to support awareness: Collaborators must attain and maintain reciprocal awareness of shared activity in order to coordinate effectively. Supporting awareness has often been conceptualized a matter of ameliorating deficits inherent in remote interaction. In this paper, we consider awareness support in several community informatics contexts from the standpoint of better-leveraging affordances unique to remote community-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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