Gelatine: making coworking places gel for better collaboration and social learning

  title={Gelatine: making coworking places gel for better collaboration and social learning},
  author={Mark Bilandzic and Ronald Schroeter and Marcus Foth},
Public libraries and coworking spaces seek for means to facilitate peer collaboration, peer inspiration and cross-pollination of skills and creativity. However, social learning, inspiration and collaboration between coworkers do not come naturally. In particular in (semi-) public spaces, the behavioural norm among unacquainted coworkers is to work in individual silos without taking advantage of social learning or collaboration opportunities. This paper presents results from a pilot study of… CONTINUE READING
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