Computational Artifacts: Interactive and Collaborative Computing as an Integral Feature of Work Practice

@inproceedings{Schmidt2016ComputationalAI,
  title={Computational Artifacts: Interactive and Collaborative Computing as an Integral Feature of Work Practice},
  author={Kjeld Schmidt and Jorgen P. Bansler},
  booktitle={COOP},
  year={2016}
}
The key concern of CSCW research is that of understanding computing technologies in the social context of their use, that is, as integral features of our practices and our lives, and to think of their design and implementation under that perspective. However, the question of the nature of that which is actually integrated in our practices is often discussed in confusing ways, if at all. The article aims to try to clarify the issue and in doing so revisits and reconsiders the notion of… CONTINUE READING

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