Collaborative Information Seeking

  title={Collaborative Information Seeking},
  author={Preben Hansen and Chirag Shah and Claus-Peter Klas},
  booktitle={Computer Supported Cooperative Work},
Working in collaboration is one of the fundamental behaviors of human kind. We do so for various reasons – solving complex problems, learning a skill, and even for simply propagating social connections. It is this behavior that has not only made many of the human achievements possible, but the very survival of the human race feasible. Given that many problems in today’s world require dealing with information, it is no surprise that we find the need to collaborate on complex problems that… CONTINUE READING
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