Cues to Common Knowledge

Abstract

We show that asynchronous collaboration can be made more effective by providing cues to common knowledge. We demonstrate this by empirically comparing two user interfaces used to support collaborative work. Our position is that effective collaboration is characterized by more co-ordinated and speculative interaction, and that cues to common knowledge help… (More)

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@inproceedings{BryanKinns2007CuesTC, title={Cues to Common Knowledge}, author={Nick Bryan-Kinns and Patrick G. T. Healey and D. Papworth and A. Vaduuva}, booktitle={ECSCW}, year={2007} }