Expanding the Boundaries of E-Collaboration

@article{Kock2005ExpandingTB,
  title={Expanding the Boundaries of E-Collaboration},
  author={Ned Kock and John T. Nosek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={1-9}
}
  • N. KockJ. Nosek
  • Published 28 February 2005
  • Business
  • IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
This article provides an introduction to the special issue on Expanding the Boundaries of E-Collaboration. It presents an operational definition of the term e-collaboration, and a historical review of the development of e-collaboration tools and related academic research. That is followed by an introductory development of the notion of e-collaboration boundaries. The article concludes with a summarized discussion of the articles published in the special issue. 

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