Operationalization of technology use and cooperation in CSCW

@inproceedings{Liu2008OperationalizationOT,
  title={Operationalization of technology use and cooperation in CSCW},
  author={Pei-Ju Liu and James M. Laffey and Karen R. Cox},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2008}
}
Research in CSCW faces challenges for assessing constructs of technology use and cooperation in context. This study examines a system in a healthcare context, and uses activity as the unit of analysis. An innovative approach to measuring technology use and cooperation is applied that has potential for replication across other systems and contexts. The findings provide evidence that technology use and cooperation can be operationalized and examined in context and demonstrate how it can be done… CONTINUE READING

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