Computer-supported cooperative work - concepts and trends

@inproceedings{Koch2006ComputersupportedCW,
  title={Computer-supported cooperative work - concepts and trends},
  author={Michael Koch and Tom Gross},
  booktitle={AIM Conference},
  year={2006}
}
The research field Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) is concerned with understanding social interaction and the design, development, and evaluation of technical systems supporting social interaction in teams and communities – or in other words it is about researching the use of computer-based technology for supporting collaboration. The field was coined in the 1980th by researchers from computer science, information science and social science. In this paper we will briefly introduce… CONTINUE READING

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