Physically present, mentally absent: technology use in face-to-face meetings

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This work-in-progress discusses qualitative findings about the impact of portable technologies in collocated collaboration. Laptops, cell phones, and other handheld devices are both a distraction during face-to-face meetings, and at the same time allow spontaneous access to needed information. Interviews with fifteen professionals were conducted to elicit… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1240866.1241031

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