Investigating teamwork and taskwork in single- and multi-display groupware systems

@article{Wallace2009InvestigatingTA,
  title={Investigating teamwork and taskwork in single- and multi-display groupware systems},
  author={James R. Wallace and Stacey D. Scott and Taryn Stutz and Tricia Enns and Kori Inkpen Quinn},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2009},
  volume={13},
  pages={569-581}
}
Multi-display groupware (MDG) systems, which typically comprise both public and personal displays, promise to enhance collaboration, yet little is understood about how they differ in use from single-display groupware (SDG) systems. While research has established the technical feasibility of MDG systems, evaluations have not addressed the question of how users’ behave in such environments, how their interface design can impact group behavior, or what advantages they offer for collaboration. This… CONTINUE READING

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